[PyKDE] PyQwt win32 binary?
phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk
Fri Jan 26 10:20:54 GMT 2001
Coy Krill wrote:
> On Thursday 25 January 2001 03:17 pm, you wrote:
> > On Thu, 25 Jan 2001, Coy Krill wrote:
> > > You'll find a binary for Python 2.0 on this page...
> > >
> > > http://www.thekompany.com/projects/pykde/download.php3?dhtml_ok=1
> > There's a Qt binary there, but not a Qwt one that I can see - did I miss
> > it, or did you assume I'm a bad typist? :)
> Yes, I ASS-U-MEd it was a typo. My mistake. I'm not sure then what you were
> asking for. I'm not familiar with Qwt at all. Sorry.
> > > Be aware that there is a printing bug in the Qt binary in this package
> > > that causes programs that print to blowup. Black Adder from The Kompany
> > > will be the only source of future updates. It's very reasonably priced,
> > > especially now during the beta period.
> > And does this mean the PyQt binary for windows won't be free in the
> > future? Oh well, Tk it is then.
> I believe so, but I'd leave commenting on that to Phil and The Kompany. PyQt
> is the only I'll code for windows. I find PyQt much more "intuitive" as a
> newcomer to GUI Toolkits than Tk. I needed a book for my first Tk program,
> but only an article for writing my first using PyQt, so I'm hooked.
Yes, I will no longer be producing a binary release of PyQt for Windows.
I used to do all my scripting in Tcl/Tk, but finally got tired of
producing visually ugly applications with a very limited set of widgets.
So I wrote PyQt.
More information about the PyQt