[PySide] Start work with PySide2
sivan at omniqueue.com
Fri Jul 27 11:13:53 CEST 2018
I have quite some experience with porting PyQt to PySide and in general the
C++ process Cristian described works the same in Python code, making sure
in particular signals and slots follow the PySide scheme and that
difference in operating the app Singleton are catered for. I used to use at
some point even a script that would replace class names and arguments, and
the run the file collecting tracebacks then iterating over them manually to
fix the ‘debris’. The fact the project follows closely the Qt interface
makes this kind of s no brainer and relatively quick process.
On Thu, 26 Jul 2018 at 11:33 Cristián Maureira-Fredes <
Cristian.Maureira-Fredes at qt.io> wrote:
> Hello Ilan,
> I think the community will be in charge of packaging PySide2
> to anaconda, but it seems they have an old version of Qt,
> so at the moment it would be quite difficult.
> When you install PySide2 there is a submodule called "pyside2-tools"
> when you can find "pyside2-uic" to generate a Python class from a UI file.
> I personally migrate Qt/C++ by hand,
> you can write the same classes in Python using the private variables
> from the header files as 'self' python variables,
> then just adapting the code. The good thing is that of course we also
> keep Qt API, so most of the steps will be removing data types
> and removing semi colons.
> Most of the PySide2 examples are manually written from Qt/C++
> so you can probably do it too.
> For technical questions I recommend you to go to the IRC
> channel on Freenode #qt-pyside
> If you don't like IRC, there is a gitter channel that links
> to IRC, and as Florian stated, there are many other
> places for you to ask questions:
> From: PySide <pyside-bounces+cristian.maureira-fredes=qt.io at qt-project.org>
> on behalf of אילן הינדי <hindy.ilan at gmail.com>
> Sent: 26 July 2018 07:55:08
> To: pyside at qt-project.org
> Subject: [PySide] Start work with PySide2
> Dear members
> I am moving from PyQt to PySide.
> I managed to install and operate
> My questions are:
> Do you have intentions to be part of anaconda?
> Do you have something like the pyuic5 (That allows using the qt designer)?
> More critical:
> Do you have/can recommend for a tool to migrate code from Qt C++ to
> PySide2 python?
> (My aim is to be able to use the examples Qt has, for learning)
> Is there a forum or other organized way to ask technical questions about
> PySide2 (Lacking this opportunity is one the main reasons I quitted PyQt)?
> Ilan Hindy
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