[PyQt] Any Large PyQt Projects?
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Sun Feb 22 12:39:23 GMT 2009
Brent Villalobos wrote:
> I'm looking for examples from people who have written large PyQt
> applications and I would like to hear your opinions on what worked
> well and what did not specifically with choosing python over C/C++.
> In particular, how does your python application handle tasks that
> require a lot of computation? How does it handle multiple thread
> performance given python's limitations on only running on one CPU
> (global interpreter lock)? I don't need too much detail (obviously
> nothing proprietary), but I just want to know if anyone has any "red
> flags" that people should be aware of before writing a large python
> gui app with things like openGL contexts and heavy mathematical
> Let's make this interesting and see who has written the largest PyQt
> application. How many lines of code are we talking about? 10,000?
> 100,000? 1,000,000!!!!???
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Maybe the application *Spyrit* might in"spyre" you too? See
http://sourceforge.net/projects/spyrit. Not that big, but very
interesting to learn a lot of things...
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