[PySide] PySide Is Dead?
rvinluan at sidefx.com
Mon Feb 9 16:34:58 CET 2015
Thanks for the reply. I've been using PySide/Qt4 for a bit now and it's
But I'm also interested to know about future development -- is it just
stalled or is it completely off the table? And why?
Plus I'm also interested to know about the PySide community. Is there
still enough support or is everyone already moving on to something else,
i.e. PyQt? I know that's a tough question to answer but wanted to get
some thoughts on this.
On 2015-02-09 10:05 AM, Jeff Hoogland wrote:
> I guess it depends on what you mean by "dead". The current pyside
> bindings are plenty functional and stable. If you do not need specific
> things from Qt5 - PySide is still a fine option.
> On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 9:00 AM, Robert Vinluan <rvinluan at sidefx.com
> <mailto:rvinluan at sidefx.com>> wrote:
> I'm new to the mailing list so I apologize if this was brought up
> But I was visiting the PySide wiki home page and saw this message:
> *As of 2015, The PySide project looks mostly dead and does not
> support Qt 5*.
> *If you are looking for a long term solution, or one compatible
> with Qt 5, consider/PyQt/instead*.
> Does anyone have any details about this? I'm curious to know why
> the project is dead and if there will still be dev support, even
> short-term, for the current state of PySide.
> Any information would be greatly appreciated!
> Many Thanks,
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> ~Jeff Hoogland <http://jeffhoogland.com/>
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