[PyKDE] Implementing un-enabled Qt modules
elloyd at lancaster.lib.pa.us
Wed May 26 14:28:01 BST 2004
I put my foot in my mouth. I forgot about the qtnetwork module break-out, and
was trying some old code that wasn't expecting that (and feared it became
disabled). Wonderful. As far as the XML support goes, I was just curious as
to why the SAX classes aren't accessible (though most DO seem to be abstract
classes without much use). I doubt I'll use SAX much, but being able to rely
on a single API for networking is definitely a boon.
Great job as always,
On Wednesday 26 May 2004 3:45 am, Phil Thompson wrote:
> On Wednesday 26 May 2004 1:12 am, Eron Lloyd wrote:
> > How difficult would it be to provide wrappers for modules in Qt currently
> > not enabled in PyQt, such as XML and Networking? In developing
> > applications, I can see the benefits of having a single API for even
> > these items as opposed to the python equivalents.
> The networking module is supported. What do you think is missing?
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