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phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Wed May 20 12:04:14 BST 2009
On Wed, 20 May 2009 12:56:10 +0200, pierloic at free.fr wrote:
>> Depends what you mean by maintain.
> I meant maintain the PyQt installer for python 2.5 on your site so that I
> tell people : "go to this page, download, install and it works".
>> The Python 2.5 installer will be kept for the foreseeable future
> Is that weeks, months, years... ?
I don't know. There are no plans to remove it.
> What should I do if it is not anymore available on your site ? store a
> locally ?
You should do that anyway.
>> it won't be updated when new versions of PyQt are released
> You will stay with Qt 4.4.3 for python 2.5 ?
The installer will not be changed, so yes.
> Qt 4.5.x will have to be with python 2.6 (or 3), right ?
Whatever are the current v2.x and v3.x versions at the time of release.
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