[PyKDE] BlackAdder?

Hans-Peter Jansen hpj at urpla.net
Thu Jul 14 16:43:30 BST 2005

Am Donnerstag, 14. Juli 2005 11:45 schrieb Wolfgang Keller:
> Hello,
> > I've  never used BlackAdder, but now with Eric, I am not looking
> > for any other IDE. I am just trying to get my work done.
> The  point  why  I  care for BlackAdder is the special license of
> PyQt that   comes   with   it.   It  allows  to  use  PyQt  for 
> commercial (closed-sourced)  applications, as long as you use it
> exclusively from within Python code.
> By  consequence,  it  could be interesting for my employer if we
> might ever get into occasional software development.

You can use the free linux/mac version to develop things, and wait until 
PyQt4 is available (some time next year, I hope), then port and run it 
on win*. As long as you're are not selling your stuff without 
delivering the source also, the GPL applies. 


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