[PyQt] LGPL license.

David Boddie david at boddie.org.uk
Tue Feb 10 23:13:20 GMT 2009

On Tue Feb 10 21:49:57 GMT 2009, Stef Mientki wrote:

> >> On 10.02.09 19:56:44, Knapp wrote:
> >
> > That is the best I can tell by all that but really someone could just
> > be straight and answer my question.

Are you in a hurry or something? Qt won't be LGPL until the final 4.5 release
so there's still plenty of time for an answer to this question.

> > Comes down to if pyQT is LGPL then I write in my fav lang python, if
> > not then I go back and relearn C++ and face the brackets that I hoped
> > never to face again. :-)

Really, the brackets are the least annoying part of developing in C++.
OK, so Qt takes a lot of the other problems away, so maybe the brackets
are relatively noticeable, but you'll learn to enjoy them over time.
Embrace the brackets, I say!

> No no, just join the wxPython group !

That's very sneaky, Stef, but it sounds like you are implying that wxPython
is the number one second-choice framework for Python developers. ;-)


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