[PySide] Resurrecting PySide

Sébastien Sablé sable at users.sourceforge.net
Tue Mar 19 12:11:52 CET 2013


thanks for help!
If you have time, it would be nice to put online the tutorial that Roman
posted a few weeks ago.
That is what got me started binding my own library.

I also did a bit of cleanup in the documentation a couple weeks ago (fixing
and moving to the right page the paths to git repositories, and explaining
that you need to go through gerrit to submit code for PySide).
If I can find some time, I will take a look at what you did and try to
help. I recently started to contribute to the project, so the limitations
of the doc are still fresh in my mind.
I would like to build a step by step tutorial on how to setup a linux
environment to checkout the git sources for pyside, build it, run the unit
tests, add some more tests, run a test in the debugger to fix it. This
could help to get more developers to contribute to the project rather than
just opening tickets.



2013/3/19 lndn <lndndev at gmail.com>

> Hi Roman,
> Thanks for the reply!
> The PyPI link is now on:
> http://qt-project.org/wiki/Get-PySide
> The prebuilt windows packages link is now on:
> http://qt-project.org/wiki/PySide_Binaries_Windows
> If later I see other pages that require these links, I'll update it at
> that time.
> On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 12:14 AM, Roman Lacko <backup.rlacko at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 2013/3/19 lndn <lndndev at gmail.com>
>>> I just spent the weekend organizing some of the pyside wiki pages (
>>> http://qt-project.org/wiki/PySide) and making small updates to the
>>> content here and there.
>>> Still needs a lot of work, but if someone can take a look and tell me
>>> what you think so far, I can start focusing on important areas.
>>> Thanks!
>>> Thanks for doing this!
>> It would be great to put somewhere information about the PyPI page [1].
>> It contains the installation instructions (for windows and linux) and
>> full source code of PySide, Shiboken, PySideTool, examples and build
>> scripts bundled in standard distutils package. Also here is the downloads
>> page for prebuild windows packages and source budles [2]. I should put the
>> information on wiki myself but never had time to do it.
>> Thanks
>> R.
>> [1] https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PySide
>> [2] http://releases.qt-project.org/pyside/
>>> On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 9:17 AM, Stephan Deibel <sdeibel at wingware.com>wrote:
>>>> lndn wrote:
>>>>> All the recent scary "PySide is Dead" emails really prompted me to
>>>>> think about what we can do to improve the situation.  Not being familiar
>>>>> with the PySide/Shiboken internals, I thought it would be a good idea to
>>>>> start by cleaning up the wiki pages on qt-project.
>>>>> However, as I combed through these pages, I noticed that many of the
>>>>> links were broken and pointing to old pyside.org <http://pyside.org>
>>>>> pages that no longer exist and the content contains outdated and incomplete
>>>>> information.  What is really needed is a major overhaul in updating the
>>>>> content.
>>>>> So what's the official word on a massive re-organizing of these pages?
>>>>>  Can I just take the initiative and do it?  I'd like to start off by just
>>>>> putting the wiki pages in some order so things are easy to find and then
>>>>> later go through the content and update the content one page at a time.  My
>>>>> goal is just to help users and developers easily navigate to the pages they
>>>>> need.
>>>>> Any thoughts or people interested in helping would be great.
>>>> This would be very helpful!
>>>> I have in the past found some of the missing pages on archive.org.
>>>>  You can paste urls there in the WayBackMachine box and see dated archives
>>>> of the page.  It would be great to put back some of that lost content
>>>> (which I think was lost in the Nokia -> Digia transition).
>>>> For outdated docs, it seems best to keep them somewhere (an archive
>>>> area?) or clearly label them, rather than removing them for now.  I suspect
>>>> some of these may be helpful to people trying to understand and move PySide
>>>> forward.
>>>> Thanks for offering to do this!
>>>> - Stephan
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