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The GPL licensed Python bindings for the Qt application framework

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  • seandhunt7
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    Can you guys please make a installer for Python 2.7.10 so I can install QScintilla2 Without needing to compile it I do not want to compile it I just want to install it to use code that allows me to convert Python Code to C++, although it would generate cpp files and I need .c files AKA Distern C Code for use in C++ 6.0. I wish it was a option to generate *.cpp or *.c and *.h. Ease 3 because of the methods to obtain QScintilla2 is bad it needs a installer exe.and it needs a way to install it using pip as well. qwq I will change my rating and the rest when this is changed (at least the installer for QScintilla2 to be simply installed like the rest of the Qt things or at least package QScintilla2 with Qt4 and Qt5. And SIP needs a simple installer as well.

    Posted 10/30/2015
  • burrowstd
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    I would like to see Qt Creator form part of the PyQt and PySide download as I regularly use creator when writing GUIs. Still, both are excellent to use.

    Posted 02/27/2014