[Kexi-devel] Qt Script possibly not the best tech for Kexi scripting

Robert Leleu robert.jean.leleu at wanadoo.fr
Mon Feb 16 11:56:35 UTC 2015

I'd rather use Python which seems actively developed, and seems to be 
the most easily usable by non-programmer people (my experience)

Je la 16/02/2015 10:57, Jaroslaw Staniek skribis :
> On 16 February 2015 at 10:28, Boudewijn Rempt <boud at valdyas.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, 16 Feb 2015, Jaroslaw Staniek wrote:
>>> As you know KROSS isn't in KF5/Qt5, so it's not an option to re-add
>>> it. Moreover the idea of KROSS was a general one-size-fits-all support
>>> for multiple programming languages, without find-grained support for
>>> specifics of given language. For example you'd like to use your
>>> language's list structure instead a wrapped QList (just an example).
>> Actually, Kross is part of KF5. But it wouldn't be accurate to say that it's
>> actively developed or maintained.
> Ah yes, unfortunately this does not change my other concerns.
>> For Krita, I'm going with Python and PyQt,
>> but that's also because Python is the standard in the graphics/vfx world.
> What about PyQt license? Would commercial extensions to Krita require
> commercial PyQt?
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