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PySide: Python for Qt 1.0 released!

  • For those of you interested in writing Qt and QML software on Python:

    The PySide project has released PySide: Python for Qt version 1.0.0 after a long stabilization period. In addition to the source code release, project community packagers have already released "binary packages": for all major Linux distributions, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Nokia’s Maemo 5 platform. With this release, the team regards PySide to be production quality and they will restart feature development in parallel to the continued bugfixing effort.

    PySide is a Nokia-sponsored Python Qt bindings project, providing bindings to not only the complete Qt 4.7 framework (including Qt Quick/QML) but also Qt Mobility, as well as to generator tools for rapidly generating new bindings for any C++ libraries. Due to the LGPL-licensing of the bindings, PySide can be used both for Free/Open-source and commercial software development.

    The PySide project is developed in the open, with all facilities one would expect from any modern OSS project such as all code in a git repository, an open Bugzilla for reporting bugs, and an open design process. PySide welcomes any contribution without requiring a transfer of copyright.

    See the PySide website for download links and more information:

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