[PyKDE] Bindings and the KDE project
phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Thu Mar 18 20:37:01 GMT 2004
On Thursday 18 March 2004 18:43, Simon Edwards wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 02:12 pm, Steve Simmons wrote:
> > > How do people here feel about the current state of PyQt/PyKDE in
> > > relation
> > > KDE (the project)? Is it a real problem for people that PyQt/PyKDE
> > > isn't distributed as part of KDE? or would it be enough if the distros
> > > also came with PyQt/PyKDE as 'standard'?
> > I'd prefer that PyQt/PyKDE came as a standard part of the KDE
> > distribution, and agree it would both popularize and legitimize
> > PyKDE. Not that PyKDE isn't legit, but it would gain some weight
> > in users and developers minds if distributed w/KDE.
> > On the flip side, this almost argues for a KDE-blessed python
> > release.
> true, that makes it a bit tricky.
If you use SIP 3 then the Python version isn't relevant.
If you use SIP 4 then at least Python 2.3 is required, but this is really down
to the distros support rather than KDE.
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