[PyQt] Introduce myself

Chris Dunscombe cdunscombe at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 23 09:58:57 GMT 2008


Just a couple of points:

1. Are you using GPL or commercial versions? If commercial then you will also need to use a
package called VendorID to stop you from allowing your users to become developers in Qt/PyQt. See
the Riverbank website for details.

2. Certainly using py2exe your users will not need to compile Qt/PyQt etc. As for cx_freeze and
py2app I'm not sure.


--- Rémy HUBSCHER <hubscher.remy at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am a new programmer un PyQt4 and I am looking to deploy my PyTalk  
> jabber client on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
> I heard that I will have to use py2exe, cx_freeze and py2app.
> Could somebody explain exactly how to do ?
> I just need a setup.py file of each to understand.
> To install PyQt4 on my Mac OS X systems, I had to compile Qt  
> OpenSource C++ and next PyQt4.
> I hope every user of my application will not have to do that.
> Thanks you very much for your help.
> Natim
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