Hi Andres,

CsoundQt and PythonQt works really good together! It's a fantastic idea to merge them in csoundQT! I played a bit with your live-coding demo. It's powerful, I should learn a bit more about python, soon!

I also manged to create Widgets, as I found a lot of methods in "pyqsobject.h".
Would it be possible to create the Widget-Objects, like sliders and buttons, without the popup-menu ("name" and "min", "max")? It would be nice to set those prefs from python, and to generate 100 sliders for an additive synth in one loop. I don't want to complain - don't get me wrong. Big compliment to your work!

Thanks for this!

Alex


Am 08.10.11 19:47, schrieb Alex Hofmann:
Thanks to Tarmos Email,

I "Edit file generated_cpp/com_trolltech_qt_core/com_trolltech_qt_core0.h in your PythonQt2.0.1 dierctory:
"Remove CocoaRequestModal = QEvent::CocoaRequestModal from the eventlist(Doesn't work with qt 4.7)"  
I did it and pythonqt built  well!  ( qmake && make all )"

Thanks for the help, to both of you!


The only thing I didn't manage was to include the pythonqt_d.dylib into the qutecsound-build. I had to copy the files into "usr/local/lib". I had this problem with other libs before, it seems that it has to do with ldconfig, but I can't figure out how where to configure this on mac, it's unfortunately not the same steps as Tarmo described for linux.

But CsoundQt-python is running!!

Best
Alex


Am 07.10.11 09:08, schrieb Andres Cabrera:
Hi Alex,

I just checked and the instructions Tarmo posted are for Linux... What
problems are you having? Maybe I can help remotely.

Cheers,
Andres

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 9:11 PM, Alex Hofmann <ahah@gmx.net> wrote:
Hi Andres,

thanks for your help. Unfortunately it's not that easy to build pythonQT
on my mac..and I couldn't find good instructions which changes need to
be done. If you find that email you mentioned, that would help me.

Best,
Alex

Am 06.10.11 18:05, schrieb Andres Cabrera:
Hi Alex,

No, it's the same branch, but you first need to download and build
PythonQt from pythonqt.sourceforge.net. Someone, I think it was Sigurd
recently posted instructions for some minor changes needed to build it
on OS X.

Then you need to run qmake for CsoundQt adding CONFIG+=pythonqt

Try it and let me know if you have any issues.

Cheers,
Andres

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 3:48 PM, Alex Hofmann<ahah@gmx.net>  wrote:
Hi Andres,

after your talk at csound-conf I was curious about the python scripting.
So I checked the lastest svn of csoundqt and made build. But I can't
find any of the features you showed in your talk. Is there any side
branch you use for this bigger change?

Best,

Alex

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