The PySide team is pleased to announce the first public release of PySide: Python for Qt. PySide is a project providing an LGPL'd set of Python bindings for the Qt framework.
on 08/18/2009 – Made popular on 08/18/2009
i was thinking of using quickly but i dont like glade i want to use pyside
i want to start my starch what should i do delete all the files and create a pyside python file will quickly still work with it and it will be considered for ubuntu app showdown
let me tell you that pyside is the official python bindings to qt and it is under the LGPL license and it is available in default ubuntu repository
For people who interested, last night I just update my PKGBUILD to compile and install PySide 1.1.2 (codenamed "Alaursa") on ArchLinux's Python 2 and Python 3. Strangely the PySide guys have 1.1.2 announced on the mailing list since August but as of today the website still says 1.1.1 as latest release.
There is an application (Salome) that includes interpretor Python and Qt and PyQt libs.
Also there is a module for this application written on Python.
Specially for this module we need to include additional version of PyQt or PySide that will be distributed with our module.
It doesn’t really matter whether it will be PyQt (commercial, modified with the help of Vendor ID utility) or PySide
Have you ever wondered how to write your own IRC Bot? Well, its not a big deal, unless you know the basics. Bots are set of scripts that appears to IRC users as another user but performs automated functions.
Just a short Tutorial today. It’s surprising how many people do not know this. To change the hostname under Linux, open a terminal window. Type the following code.
sudo nano /etc/hosts
and change the text to your new hostname. Changes will take effect on Restart.