[PyKDE] Re: embedding python widgets in C++ app
patrickkidd.lists at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 23:12:49 GMT 2007
I mashed up a simple and dry reference for this procedure. I'm still
editing it a little...
On 1/27/07, Phil Thompson <phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk> wrote:
> On Saturday 27 January 2007 6:38 pm, Patrick Stinson wrote:
> > Well, at the moment everything works (with the exception of the #undef
> > slots problem) with the python framework that ships with OS X Tiger,
> > and applying a patch means *moving to* building a custom interpreter
> > for us. Personally I was very excited about how nailed down and easy
> > deployment of sip and pyqt became with the qt-4 releases - which was
> > anything but a selling point before that.
> > As Miguel says, it would also be a shame that the import name would
> > change between versions. I know the code is not in the beta stage that
> > it was when I brought this up before, but I personally think that the
> > PyQt4 package serves no purpose and should be removed entirely.
> > Elementtree is becoming (already?) part of the stdlib, and uic and
> > pyqtconfig should also live at the top level.
> It's there to ensure that PyQt4 can be installed side-by-side with PyQt5.
> > BTW, what ever became of the #undef slots problem, Phil? Did you ever
> > add something for that?
> Check the Changelog.
Patrick Kidd Stinson
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