[PyKDE] Bindings and the KDE project
simon at simonzone.com
Wed Mar 17 21:04:01 GMT 2004
On Wed, 17 Mar 2004 08:46 pm, Phil Thompson wrote:
> On Wednesday 17 March 2004 19:31, Simon Edwards wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > How do people here feel about the current state of PyQt/PyKDE in relation
> > to KDE (the project)? Is it a real problem for people that PyQt/PyKDE
> > distributed as part of KDE? or would it be enough if the distros also came
> > with PyQt/PyKDE as 'standard'?
> > It is a bit of a chicken and egg problem, but the fact that not everyone
> > (user) has PyQt/PyKDE around is IMHO hindering wide adoption and use of
> > Python for KDE apps.
> > I just want to know what everyone's thoughts are on this issue.
> As far as PyQt is concerned I've always said that I have no objection to
> copies of SIP and PyQt being included in the KDE CVS, but that it would
> be the "master" copy. It just needs somebody from the KDE project to step up
> and manage it.
Yes, I've heard you say that in the past too. If people haven't guessed, I'm
thinking about what it would take 'push' KDE+Python more. AFAIK, the
kde-bindings dir in KDE's CVS isn't actually distributed with the official
know?) I'm trying to figure out what can be done about this, and then if it
is a case of someone just doing it and maintaining it in CVS, whether I
should afford to take on the job...
Simon Edwards | Guarddog Firewall
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