PythonQt is a dynamic and lightweight script binding of the Qt framework to the Python language. It can be easily embedded into Qt applications and makes any QObject derived object scriptable via Python without the need of wrapper code generation.
- Qt Scripting in Python
- Embedding of Python into Qt applications
- Dynamic scripting of QObjects without wrapper generation
Super useful for embedding python in a QT C++ application. The perfect complement to PyQT
This project is astounding, I cannot recommend it highly enough if your are looking to use python in your C++ Qt app
Great library, Examples are extremely useful, even if more elaborate uses would gain to be documented. Support is very reactive though, so it is not a major issue!
Absolutely Amazing. I wish there was a way of declaring functions in the "global scope" and that it shipped as a header+precompiled library/mac framework, but still, great work :) :)
Very powerful library that allows you to easily add a python interface to your QT C++ application. It does not only enable you to define stuff in C++ that is accessible in python, but through the use of the QObject-metasystem objects in C++ and python are really interoperable. Additionally you have access to the whole QT framework from python (provided by the QtAll-library): you can open a webpage in a new browser widget with just 3 lines of python... We are using this library in a Qt-Opengl-Application (TLab, a 3d-viewer for T-spline surfaces, see www.topen.org). And we have already thought about adding the possibility to write python plugins for our application in the future, because it seemed quite simple to realize this with PythonQt...