[PyQt] Learning path
dboddie at trolltech.com
Fri Jan 9 15:48:38 GMT 2009
On Fri Jan 9 08:12:28 GMT 2009, Christoph Burgmer chrislb at gmx.de wrote:
> Am Friday, 9. January 2009 schrieb Steven Woody:
> > I want to use PyQt but I don't get experience with Qt itself. What's
> > the best learning path to me? Any suggestion will be highly
> > appreciated!
> From my own experience: Just go ahead with PyQt, no need to have a profound
> experience of C++ or Qt, though the latter will help of course.
> You might though need C++ and (C++) Qt to prove bugs in PyQt, as reports
> like "X doesn't work with PyQt" most likely only get feedback if it
> includes "but does in Qt".
Or the other way round when trying to prove the bug is present in Qt. ;-)
There are people on this list (and on qt-interest) who can help you rewrite
simple PyQt examples in C++, so it helps to simplify code that shows problems
as well as you can before reporting bugs.
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