[PyQt] using Qt Solution code

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Wed Nov 18 19:57:06 GMT 2009

On Wed, 18 Nov 2009 13:09:48 -0500, Mitchell Model <mmodel at gen9bio.com>
> I am beginning a substantial PyQt project and expect to be purchasing  
> a developer license for Qt. There are a number of items in the Qt  
> Solutions collection that would save me a lot of work. What I need to  
> know is what would be involved in generating my own PyQt interface to  
> a Qt Solution. Would it be as simple as adding the solutions to my  
> PyQt source directory and adding their names to the proper places in  
> the Makefile? It seems to me that the question of using additional Qt  
> classes, whether from Qt Solutions or somewhere else, should come up  
> fairly frequently -- are there instructions for doing this somewhere?

You have to generate your own bindings for those classes.

The easiest approach is to take one of the smaller PyQt modules as a model
- QtAssistant maybe.


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