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Planning to use python,PyQt and Postgresql for a up coming
cross-platform app. What do you guys use for reports?

Robert - slackware

Jul 18 '05 #1
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Robert wrote:
Planning to use python,PyQt and Postgresql for a up coming
cross-platform app. What do you guys use for reports?

Robert - slackware

QPainter will do everything you want without having to
add any other programs.

drawPixmap, drawRect, drawLine, setFont, drawtext, etc., etc.....

QPrinter will then handle direct output to printer, file, etc.

There are also some examples in the C++ GUI programming with Qt 3 book.
Jul 18 '05 #2
Robert wrote:
Planning to use python,PyQt and Postgresql for a up coming
cross-platform app. What do you guys use for reports?

Jul 18 '05 #3
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Planning to use python,PyQt and Postgresql for a up coming
cross-platform app. What do you guys use for reports?

Robert - slackware


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