[PyKDE] Qt3/PyQt and MS Windows
kirkhus at idi.ntnu.no
Fri Aug 15 12:36:00 BST 2003
Phil Thompson <phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk> writes:
> > Currently I'm working on an open source project which is using Qt/PyQt,
> > Qt 3.1.1 atm, for GUI rendering. It is up and running on *nix and we are
> > about to start working on getting it to work on Windows also and for
> > this we are planning to buy an academic license of Qt3 (and a license
> > for PyQt). Since this costs money I want to be 100% sure we're not doing
> > anything hasty here.
> Does the Qt academic license cost money? The PyQt academic license is free.
Yes, the academic license costs money, you get a 65% discount. Note that
this is not the educational license, so by readying the PyQt faq I'm
guessing we need a license for PyQt, or?
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