[PyKDE] Toolkit and stuff for KDE application developers

Eric van Riet Paap eric at vanrietpaap.nl
Mon Apr 25 11:32:35 BST 2005

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Hi Simon/list,

I have compiled the GPL version of Qt,Sip,Qscintilla and PyQt in the
MinGW environment/compiler. designer et.al. are working as is an import
qt in python 2.4.1. I will focus on creating a nice installable next.


Simon Edwards wrote:
> Hi,
> On Sunday 24 April 2005 11:07, Detlev Offenbach wrote:
>>this is a good idea and having browsed through the docs I think that is a
>>useful package. However, where can I get it 
> I'm still kind of putting it together. Most of the functionality is there, but 
> there are some things I still have to add (like automatically converting .ui 
> files to .py at install time).
> Are you planning to integrate this stuff with Eric3?
>>and can it (or parts of it) be  
>>used for pure Qt programs as well?
> Most of the setup.py stuff is KDE specific. The Qt-designer stuff is also KDE 
> specific, but that can be easily fixed. To be honest I don't really know what 
> the installation requirements are for Qt programs. I'm refering to things 
> like paths, docs and other things.
> Concerning Qt programs, what would be cool is if someone could compile and 
> package up the native GPL Qt port and PyQt on Win32, and slap a user friendly 
> installer on top of it all. http://www.diotavelli.net/PyQtWiki/GPLPyQtWindows
> The setup.py stuff should then be extended for Qt apps, so that it works on 
> *nix correctly, but also uses a graphical installer on Win32. A cross 
> platform "application template" would be awesome.
> Seriously, is there anyone out there who wants to do this? I don't have the 
> time or knowledge of windows to really do this myself.
> cheers,

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