[PyQt] Re: Re: Any Large PyQt Projects?

Gustavo A. Díaz gustavo.diaz at gmail.com
Fri Feb 27 18:17:55 GMT 2009


I am writing a supposed will be large aplication in PyQt.

http://opencoffee.lnxteam.org (sorry, mainly spanish site/project but will
have translations..)


2009/2/24 Toby Dickenson <tdickenson at geminidataloggers.com>

> Chris Withers wrote:
> > Toby Dickenson wrote:
> >> * Plan to have a splash screen with a progress bar :-(
> >
> > How do you do this with PyQt?
> Obviously you need to show the splash screen widget before importing the
> majority of your application code. The import statement is usually seen at
> the top of a module but it works inside a function too, so we have one
> function which imports a few module (or performs other initialisation
> tasks), bumps the progress bar by 10%, and repeats.
> The last few lines of that function imports the module containing the main
> widget, closes the splash screen, then shows the main widget.
> For extra points you could import modules after showing the main widget,
> either in a thread or on demand when functionality is needed. But I like
> the reassurance that any SyntaxErrors get flushed out before that main
> widget is shown.
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Gustavo A. Díaz
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