[PyQt] Is that mailing list supposed to help ?

Andreas Pakulat apaku at gmx.de
Tue Jul 24 00:22:59 BST 2007

On 24.07.07 01:11:17, kib2 wrote:
> Hans-Peter Jansen a écrit :
> >Without going into detailed issues of your posts, and beside what Dave already 
> >addressed, two more points always annoy _me_ from your posts:
> > - you provide some sniplets from your issue, and seem to expect, that
> >   supporters will mind parse them and be able to point you to the problems,
> >   or even coding the missing pieces in a way, you may have done it in order
> >   to help you?
> >   Sorry, but this is not going to work. Qt and thus PyQt is simply WAY too
> >   huge and complex to let this be a successful strategy, even if the
> >   concepts are much clearer than in any other python aware toolkit out
> >   there.
> Maybe you're right here, but you already know the situation : you have say 5 or 
> 6 files, about 800 lines of code. In some cases it's rather simple (what I did 
> with QScintilla), others are longer and you need time to write a basic app 
> showing the problem.

So you don't want to spend the time on stripping down your code to a
minimal example (often you find the error already during that process),
but expect others (read us) to spend their precious free time reading
your questions and trying to make any sense of the snippets you post?
Sorry, but thats the wrong approach.


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