[PySide] Where is the port to Qt5 effort?

Henry Gomersall heng at cantab.net
Tue Nov 5 17:54:41 CET 2013

On 05/11/13 16:44, Stephan Deibel wrote:
> Sam Carleton wrote:
>> >I have been using traditional Qt now for a number of years and ready
>> >to move into PySide in hopes of speeding up development.  The only
>> >catches is that I would like to be using Python 3 and Qt5.  The Qt5 is
>> >a bigger issue then Python 3, so I was wondering where exactly that
>> >effort was at this point in time.  Myself being a Qt developer, I have
>> >no problems getting into the internals and helping, just need to know
>> >a starting point.
> As far as I know there isn't yet a currently active effort to support Qt5.
> http://qt-project.org/wiki/PySide_Roadmap  focuses on near-term work and
> mentions Qt5 only as something in the future.  This is because the
> current developers are mostly focused on using PySide with Qt4 for now.
> I expect this will start to change over time but perhaps not that
> quickly.  Working on Qt5 and/or Python3 support would be a great way for
> new developers to get on board with contributing to PySide.  We do need
> more developers.
> Here's a list of issues for Python 3 support:
> http://qt-project.org/wiki/PySide_Python_3_Issues  (some of this may be old).
Has the accessibility of the code improved since this was discussed 
previously? The code generation tools were not fantastically well 
documented previously.



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