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PyQt Python Bindings for Qt v3.14 Released

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Riverbank Computing is pleased to announce the release of PyQt v3.14 available
from http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/.

Changes since the last release include support for QScintilla v1.5.

PyQt is a comprehensive set of Qt bindings for the Python programming language
and supports the same platforms as Qt. Like Qt, PyQt is available under the
GPL (for UNIX, Linux and MacOS/X), a commercial license (for Windows, UNIX,
Linux and MacOS/X) and a free educational license (for Windows).

PyQt is implemented as a set of 9 extension modules containing 300 classes and
over 5,750 functions and methods.

PyQt also includes bindings to QScintilla, the port to Qt of the Scintilla
editor component.

PyQt can be used either as a rapid prototyping tool, or as an alternative to
C++ for developing large Qt applications.

PyQt includes the pyuic utility which generates Python code to implement user
interfaces created with Qt Designer in the same way that the uic utility
generates C++ code.

Third party tools are also available - such as eric3, a comprehensive IDE
(including an editor, debugger, class browser, integration with Qt Designer,
re-factoring tools, unit testing tools and integration with source code
control systems). eric3 is written entirely using PyQt and is available from
http://www.die-offenbachs.de/detlev/eric3.html.
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All looks like good news, especially PyQt4 - one question, if it's
statically linked with Qt4, will it still work with things like py2exe?
I guess it just won't need qt-mt4.dll?

I'm getting a 404 on the new SIP:

http://www.river-bank.demon.co.uk/do...gpl-1.5.tar.gz

Jul 18 '05 #2

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On Sunday 20 February 2005 8:42 pm, Simon John wrote:
All looks like good news, especially PyQt4 - one question, if it's
statically linked with Qt4, will it still work with things like py2exe?
Should do.
I guess it just won't need qt-mt4.dll?
The binary will be provided for the Windows GPL version just to make it as
easy as possible for people to get started. Obviously the source will also be
available to build it yourself if you need to.
I'm getting a 404 on the new SIP:

http://www.river-bank.demon.co.uk/do...lla-1.61-gpl-1
.5.tar.gz


Should be fixed now - thanks.

Phil
Jul 18 '05 #3

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Phil Thompson napisał(a):
Riverbank Computing is pleased to announce the release of PyQt v3.14 available
from http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/.


Classes generated by puyic 3.13 are not compatible with PyQt 3.14 (some
method signature incompatibilities). I cann't provide more details, as I
regenerated all classes from *.ui files, but this may be reproductible.

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Jul 18 '05 #4

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> Phil Thompson napisał(a):
Riverbank Computing is pleased to announce the release of PyQt v3.14
available
from http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/.


Classes generated by puyic 3.13 are not compatible with PyQt 3.14 (some
method signature incompatibilities). I cann't provide more details, as I
regenerated all classes from *.ui files, but this may be reproductible.


Yes - but this is a bug in pyuic 3.13 and earlier which is tickled by SIP
4.2.

Phil

Jul 18 '05 #5

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