[PySide] Problem compiling PySide/Shiboken

Aaron Richiger a.richi at bluewin.ch
Mon Jun 25 09:45:08 CEST 2012

I used eclipse for many projects and languages, but a few months ago, I 
discovered sublime and never wanted to switch back (except for Android 
development). It's just incredibly lightweight, but powerfull, fast and 
well designed. It's somewhere between a text editor and an ide, but 
using or writing plugins (in Python!) makes it a full ide with 
everything I need. It's for free at the moment and works on Linux, MacOS 
and Windows and may be used for many different languages.
Give it a chance:


> On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 12:55 AM, Sergio Pulgarín<serpulga at gmail.com>  
> wrote:
>> Ok.
>> Before I present my solutions, I'd like
>> to ask everyone a Question: What Python IDE do you use?
> Spyder, because:
> 1. Fully written in Python + Qt (PySide AND PyQt4 compatible) - you
> can actually see how things work and test if the bug is in PyQt4, in
> PySide or in Qt
> 2. Open source - you can fix the things you don't like if you're a 
> hacker enough
> 3. Aim to be a bunch of reusable widgets
> 4. MIT license - once you understood how things work - you can
> copy/paste them into your projects
> 5. Works out of the box and doesn't require installation
> -- 
> anatoly t.
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