Problems with Open-Source Downloads read https://www.qt.io/blog/problem-with-open-source-downloads and https://forum.qt.io/post/638946
Python for Qt version 0.4.2 released (’daylight’)
The PySide core developer team is proud to announce the release of
PySide: Python for Qt version 0.4.2. Also, new versions of the PySide
toolchain components (API Extractor, Generator Runner, and Shiboken)
have been released.
This is a source code release only; we hope our community packagers will
be providing binary packages shortly. To acquire the source code
packages, refer to our "download wiki":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/PySideDownloads page or pull the relevant
tagged versions from our "git":http://qt.gitorious.org/pyside repositories.
danilocesar last edited by
Where's pyside for symbian?!
/me runs ;)
kamalakshantv last edited by
Is there one available for Symbian?
Is it possible to put python QObject's to a declarative context now? I tried it before with earlier pyside versions w/o success
we are working on the moment to have some similar 'qmlRegisterType' on PySide. In then current version you can use PySide created objects only with QDeclarativeContext.
Does this mean that I can invoke a slot on a python qobject in qml?
mario this and others great integrations between Python and QML is possible on current git HEAD source. This will be released soon.
Yes, that's what I've been waiting for. Model in Python and UI with QML