[PySide] How to create Qt lib bindings and publicate it to pip

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Sat May 2 18:02:13 CEST 2020

>     Probably they are not really compatible with the python manylinux
>     conventions (but PySide2 itself is not either, see the manlinux1
>     thread). The manylinux binary distributions use old compilers and
>     old libs to provide binary compatibility. Same is done for QT
>     binary distributions, but with slightly different assumptions.
>     manylinux2014 and Qt5.x assumptions are sufficiently similar from
>     my experience, though.
> Ok, good suggestion! But, which compiler is actual? Clang or gcc?
> Which compiler flags I need to set? )  
Gold standard is using the published docker containers for building. All
these issues are discussed in the PEP's defining the manylinux variants.
I fear there is no way around reading into those when you want to
distribute binary linux python wheels.

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