[PyKDE] ANNOUNCE: BlackAdder for Python/Qt Development
fremy at yalbi.com
Thu Jan 11 13:53:10 GMT 2001
> Q5. How will this affect PyQt?
> There are no plans to change the PyQt license. You can continue to use
> it today as you used it yesterday. BlackAdder gives you the following
> extras: an IDE, Python specific Qt documentation, a Qt license for
> Windows, the right to re-distribute run-time components (Business
> Edition only and excluding mxODBC), and optional formal support
> (Business Edition only).
> Q7. How will this affect the Windows binary version of PyQt?
> I will not be releasing any more Windows binary versions of PyQt that
> have the Qt DLLs bundled in.
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