[PyKDE] code in forms Qt Designer feature supports Python as well as C++?
dmiller at JFTI.com
Mon Jul 15 17:33:01 BST 2002
Trolltech announced this feature for their current Qt Designer: code in
forms Qt Designer provides a code editor so that you can code your slots
directly; the code is stored in .ui.h files and eliminates the need for
sub-classing (although you can still subclass if you prefer).
How does Riverbanks' announcement "... ability of pyuic to extract Python
code from Qt Designer files ..." from below relate to the above Trolltech
announcement? In other words, can the process of entering Python Code in
the Qt Designer and extracting it out again be outlined for us? What are
the considerations and limitations of doing so. Thanks.
7 July 2002
v3.3 of SIP and PyQt have been released. Highlights of the release are a
greatly enhanced debugger, lots of example scripts demonstrating Qt's SQL
classes, the ability of pyuic to extract Python code from Qt Designer files,
and a new build system.
Douglas K. Miller
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