P.FREMY at OBERTHURCS.com
Thu Sep 19 10:10:04 UTC 2002
> can't be that much. I'd have a look at the new perl stuff, they have a uic
> version already. Maybe that will make it easier to have a look at that to
> write something for PyQt.
PyQt already has a pyuic.
If you want to do anything with PyQt, the best thing is to contact its
author, Phil Thompson:
He developed PyQt from the ground up, then worked for TheKompany. It seems
he has quitted now and is working on his own.
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