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  • Qt For Python 5.11 Released As The First Official Build

    Phoronix: Qt For Python 5.11 Released As The First Official Build

    The past few months The Qt Company has been overhauled PySide2 as Qt For Python, a big improvement to the Python bindings to the Qt tool-kit. Out today is Qt For Python 5.11 as the first official release under the new branding...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...or-Python-5.11

  • #2
    How about Node.js bindings? It would be faster and tie in better with the js that you're already writing for QtQuick.

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    • #3
      The title sounds a little odd. As if there was a python 5.11 ...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Kemosabe View Post
        The title sounds a little odd. As if there was a python 5.11 ...
        You mean the project name is a little odd

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        • #5
          Originally posted by msotirov View Post
          How about Node.js bindings? It would be faster and tie in better with the js that you're already writing for QtQuick.
          With Node.js, you'd be either starting from scratch or reusing parts of the binding generator originally developed for Python. "Qt for Python" is a renaming of PySide2, the effort to port PySide from Qt4 to Qt5. PySide is the LGPLed set of Python bindings that was written when Qt first added an LGPL license option and couldn't reach a deal with Riverbank Computing to LGPL PyQt. PyQt has been around for a long time.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by msotirov View Post
            How about Node.js bindings? It would be faster
            Or you could just make it work in pypy, have it be just as fast and keep sane language support

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            • #7
              Originally posted by msotirov View Post
              How about Node.js bindings? It would be faster and tie in better with the js that you're already writing for QtQuick.
              For NodeJS use electron. I want to see qt for dotnet core this will be awesome.

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