[PyQt] QFuture replacement for PyQt?

Bryan A. Jones bjones at ece.msstate.edu
Tue Sep 2 04:41:21 BST 2014


As I understand it, PyQt can't (and won't) support QtConcurrent, per [1].
Is there a Pythonic replacement for the QFuture/QFutureWatcher classes?
Something like (pardon the abuse of notation):

# Pseudocode -- just the concept, but not syntacticly correct:
run_in_another_thread(result = f(a, b))
# When f(a, b) finishes and returns result:

invokable by something like:
# Is there an implementation of this idea out there?
QPythonicFuture(g, f, a, b)




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