[PyQt] Availability of Older Versions

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Mon Mar 25 08:30:32 GMT 2019

On 25 Mar 2019, at 8:13 am, Giuseppe Corbelli <corbelligiuseppe at mesdan.it> wrote:
> On 3/24/19 11:20 AM, Phil Thompson wrote:
>> I've updated the website to include "recent" older versions on the
>> download pages. Sourceforge is no longer used for anything.
>> It's easy enough to add older older versions - but I'd need a
>> convincing argument to do so.
> To me the key line is being able to access a specific version from the official vendor site instead of relying on internal archives.
> I may not want to upgrade, i.e. because:
> *) I have the commercial license and I did not renew it

You will lose access to *all* commercial versions if you do not renew.

> *) I use PyQt in a device of some kind

IMHO this is the wrong way around. Why should an official vendor site be more reliable than internal archives? If you've spent money on an asset you should look after it.


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