[PySide] PySide for Android & comprehensive build and usage guide
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Mon Feb 18 19:10:03 CET 2013
Martin, Looking good.
On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 8:02 AM, Martin Kolman <martin.kolman at gmail.com>wrote:
> I would like announce that I've managed to build Shiboken & PySide
> against the latest Necessitas Qt libraries for Android.
> I've also found found a way to bundle all the necessary libraries to
> single standalone Android APK package.
> This basically means, that it is now possible to write Python & PySide
> applications that can be installed from standalone APK packages to
> non-rooted user devices, just like any other Android application.
> While I haven't tried that yet, it should be also possible to submit
> them to Google Play and other online Android application
> Build & usage guide
> I've written this comprehensive Pyside for Android guide:
> The guide covers & contains:
> * building PySide for Android from source
> * description of how the PySide port & packaging works on Android
> * an example Python & PySide & Qt Components application in the form of
> an installable standalone APK
> * an example project for the Necessitas Qt Creator + instructions how to
> modify it to generate APKs for custom applications
> * links to source code
> * links to pre-built binaries
> These screenshots show the example application after it is installed &
> started on an android device (HP Touchpad with CM9 in this case).
> The example application uses MeeGo Qt Components, which are also bundled
> together with a cut-down theme and the other libraries (Python & PySide)
> in the APK.
> Looking forward to your feedback ! :)
> This project is building on the awesome work done previously by others.
> I basically "just" put the puzzle together. :)
> * Thomas Perl - showed that PySide for Android is possible
> * Ssortagem at Github - integrated & improved THPs patches for Shiboken and
> * android-python27 - solved the APK bundling issue, created the initial
> Qt Creator Project & provides Android-buildable Python 2.7
> * the BlackBerry-Py project - I've used their PySide build instructions
> as a base when making the Android build scripts
> * the Necessitas project - made Qt on Android possible & provides the
> Necessitas Qt Creator
> * Qt - provided the GUI toolkit :)
> * PySide - provided the Python-Qt bindings
> * Ineans Qt Components - provided the Qt Components used in the example
> application & project
> Thanks a lot, without your work, this would not be possible ! :)
> Kind regards
> Martin Kolman
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> PySide at qt-project.org
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