[Kde-bindings] Re: Documenting PyKDE4's bindings generation

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Tue Apr 26 21:12:05 UTC 2011

On Tue, 26 Apr 2011 22:08:14 +0200, Luca Beltrame
<einar at heavensinferno.net> wrote:
> In data martedì 26 aprile 2011 21:43:39, Simon Edwards ha scritto:
>> Thanks for writing Luca. I agree with the points you've made and
>> spreading the PyKDE bindings knowledge around and hopefully getting
> Thanks for answering. I'll try to get my hands dirty on a Techbase page,
> which 
> would have more visibility, I'd say.
>> I also bump the PyQt and SIP dependencies to match the latest stable
>> versions of each. Most distros like to keep thier version of PyQt and
> One of the issues I see on the PyQt part at the moment is not on the C++
> side 
> but on the Python side: pykdeuic4 and related tools use (rather
> undocumented) 
> parts of PyQt (qtproxies, anyone?) and they tend to break when they
> change. 

If this is happening then the design/implementation of pyuic4 needs to be
changed. What does pykdeuic4 do that can't be done with pyuic4's existing
plugin mechanism?


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