[PyQt] help

Giovanni Bajo rasky at develer.com
Wed Sep 2 13:13:27 BST 2009

On 9/2/2009 2:42 AM, M.J. Bell wrote:
> Hi
> I wonder whether anyone might be able to help me?
> I have some code that was written on linux using PyQt3, and I am trying 
> to get it to run on windows. It produces a simple experiment in which 
> participants move a slider in response to sounds they hear. I believe 
> that PyQt3 is not available for windows (is that right?) and so I am 
> trying to port the code to PyQt4. I have changed the library names to 
> reflect the different structure, but now I am getting the following 
> message:


you should face this process twofold:

1) First, decide whether to port your application from PyQt3 to native 
PyQt4, or to use PyQt3Support (http://www.develer.com/oss/PyQt3Support). 
In the latter case, you may want to read Qt's Qt3Support porting guide 
first. I think the best choice depends on how big your application is.

2) After your application runs under Linux with PyQt4, you can attempt 
to run it with PyQt4 under Windows.
Giovanni Bajo
Develer S.r.l.

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