[PySide] VS2010 for PySide?
Sébastien Sablé Sablé
sable at users.sourceforge.net
Fri Jun 1 14:49:24 CEST 2012
Python 3.3 has been changed to compile nicely with VS2010.
And I think it will become the default supported compiler for this version.
However, I believe Qt is still using VS2008 by default.
I am also interested in getting PySide built with VS2010.
At the moment I am recompiling Python (2.7 heavily patched), Qt and PySide
myself with VS2010. It works OK but it is a lot of work.
2012/6/1 Joel B. Mohler <jmohler at gamry.com>
> On 6/1/2012 12:11 AM, Bosheng An wrote:
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> I am Andy from Autodesk. Nice to meet you allJ****
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> May I know whether the current PySide is built with VS 2008?****
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> If it is, could you please tell me whether you have any plan of moving to
> VS 2010?****
> Python for windows stock distribution is built with VS 2008. This means
> that the safe bet is for all extensions to be also built with 2008. In my
> experience, this is encoded into many build scripts with varying degrees of
> complexity (speaking generally for cython, matplotlib and a few others).
> My organization would be happy to see all of this switch to 2010 as well.
> However, I personally think it's a bit of a useless pursuit since 2008 vs.
> 2010 for a heavily python oriented project is a rather empty distinction
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