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Embed python editor debugger in QT/C++ application
loopless last edited by loopless
The flipside of using PySide or PyQT is to embed Python in a QT/C++ application and use Python as a scripting language within the QT/C++ application. The missing components are an editor/debugger. QScintilla is the choice of editor , clearly, and there are even some QT applications that have implemented a python debugger but they are GPL.
So I am looking for a QT Python editor/debugger widget that is LGPL at least? It would seem to be an obvious essential tool for anyone embedding Python in a QT/C++ app...
An example implementation (GPL) of what I imagine is ITOM https://itom.bitbucket.io/start.html
I prefer using pycharm in jetchains.
This community version software ilicense is Apache License 2.0.
Please try it:)
ewerybody last edited by
Hey @loopless you look for something to embedd directly? Not a separate IDE I suppose.
We set up something with https://github.com/pyQode but its not maintained anymore and lacks a debugger.
There is https://github.com/mu-editor/mu which implements a debugger on its own and uses QScintilla as well.
Sorry. For not giving a direct answer. But maybe some things to look at?
I'm curious what you'll do.
loopless last edited by
Thanks for the replies.Yes we are looking for something to embed directly. Using a separate IDE is possible ( we have done it) , but it is a bit awkward for users who are often not Python jedi-masters...