[PyKDE] PyQt license

Greg Fortune lists at gregfortune.com
Tue May 11 03:38:00 BST 2004

In your case, I'd probably wait until Phil and the Trolls make a decision on 
PyQt support regarding the new Windows non-commercial 3.x version that ships 
with the Qt book written by trolltech.  The license cost for a Windows 
version of Qt is not a little thing if you are just writing GPL apps.

Greg Fortune
Fortune Solutions

On Monday 10 May 2004 02:44 pm, Meghazi Fabien wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know this has been discussed in a previous thread, but I'm not sure to
> understand PyQt licensing ...
> Here are my questions :
> a) if I would like to make a non-commercial program under GPL using PyQt
> under windows, should I buy a commercial license of Qt and PyQt considering
> i'm not a student ?
> b) should the users of this program buy a commercial license of Qt and PyQt
> considering they are not students ?
> PS: I don't like windows, I don't use windows, but as I'm considering PyQt
> as my future gui developing choice, I would like to be sure that I make the
> good choice considering I would like to produce cross-platform GPL apps.

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