[PyKDE] Deployment on Windows? > license compatible

Patrick Stinson patrickkidd at gci.net
Fri Nov 18 22:38:40 GMT 2005

On Nov 18, 2005, at 7:14 AM, Michael Zimmermann wrote:

> Hi Uli,
>> Take a look at the VendorID package
>> (www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/vendorid). This may be exactly what you
>> are searching for.
> yes and no :-()
> If I read the information on the website correctly, I can restrict the
> import of modules to certain executable files (how to do this for  
> our cad
> system integrated interpreter is another issue). This is similar to
> compiling the pyqt modules statically into a python interpreter.  
> But using
> this interpreter the user would still be able to write pyqt  
> applications
> hence violating the license of qt and pyqt (commercial).
> Well, I am just not sure how cautios we have to be to avoid users  
> using
> the pyqt libs for development. Here, imho, the documenation is  
> slightly
> lacking about possible solutions one has to use.
sad that we have to restrict the capabilities of a system in such a way.

> Anyway, I will have a closer look at vendorid on monday.... using the
> module might help more than just reading the docs....
> cu, Michael
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