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Anyone writing applications with Python and PyQT?

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by admhat, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. admhat

    admhat Newbie

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    Anyone writing applications with Python and PyQT?

    I'm extremely curious. Cross-platform with py2exe and py2app <3

    I will be writing all of my apps in python. I'd love to reach out to those who have dabbled with this dev stack.
     
  2. manEatingMac

    manEatingMac Junior Member

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    oh too bad, i only use python for one of my computer graphic proj but would love to hear about pyqt from others. is pyqt for menu or interface creation?
     
  3. admhat

    admhat Newbie

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    Yup and if you've been doing python for a while it's dead easy to learn! Just use QT Designer to create your layouts and then Python to connect the logic.

    See: i.imgur.com/owfw4.png
     
  4. manEatingMac

    manEatingMac Junior Member

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    ic. thanks man. i think i roughly get what you meant. kudos. :)
     
  5. bobski

    bobski Registered Member

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    Yea, I had a look at this. Great if you're just using your programs for yourself, but the licensing issues if you want to sell the programs seemed a bit expensive/restrictive.

    I think Nokia are developing an open-source alternative, but it's still in alpha
     
  6. matsta

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    I'm learning Django atm, but thats web based rather then app based.

    Still dead easy to learn, it makes java look like a giant pile of Justin Beiber Cabbage Poop.