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qt creator 4.12 + python (pyside2)
newbiecodie last edited by newbiecodie
Hello everyone. I have dabbled a bit with pyside (python 2.7) using the qt designer. However, I want to develop rich GUIs and have seen plenty of videos on it.
- My question to fellow members is this: Is it possible to couple QML (rich GUIs) onto a python backend? I would like to create an instrument cluster demo to see what I can do with it (to start with).
- I tried creating a sample project (empty project with the .pyproject file +main.py + main.qml). It just plain failed when I pressed the run button and crashed to desktop. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks and regards to everyone.
@newbiecodie Did you see this: https://doc.qt.io/qtforpython/tutorials/qmlapp/qmlapplication.html ?
JonB last edited by JonB
As another comment, since Python 3 was released in 2008(!) do you really need to continue using Python 2.7? If you really mean you used PySide, it is time to change to PySide2 now, PySide is no longer supported. These changes could be related to why you "crashed".