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<br/>Not a bug this time... This mail just to tell you that I've been able to run my
<br/>PySide-heavy application with Wine on Debian.
<br/>And in non trivial way.
<br/>1. So I've my python 2.7/sqlalchemy/PySide application.
<br/>2. I make a nice distributable *.exe version out of it with PyInstaller
<br/>3. Then I run the exe with Wine (the latest one)
<br/>4. yes! it works
<br/>My use case is that I want to test my release procedure for windows. And since
<br/>I'm a Debian fan, well, although I produce Windows executables, I still want to
<br/>test under Linux :-)
<br/>Next step is to actually run PyInstaller under Wine. This way I will be able to
<br/>stay in Linux 100% of the time.
<br/>Thus one more good point for PySide :-)