[PyQt] Which IDE is good for developing PyQt application
flackman.johan at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 19:13:42 BST 2015
I'm using eclipse with pydev, worked out pretty well.
On Aug 5, 2015 6:45 PM, "oliver" <oliver.schoenborn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes thanks for the important correction, I had forgotten that. There were
> features in Pro that I really wanted (
> but the Community version is what I used for the first year and is very
> On Wed, Aug 5, 2015 at 9:17 AM, Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org>
>> * oliver <oliver.schoenborn at gmail.com> [2015-08-05 09:08:49 -0400]:
>> > However, the Community edition is only available free under
>> > certain conditions (open source project with active mailing list for 3
>> > months, etc). If you can afford the 100$ I would go for it, you'll
>> never go
>> > back.
>> You're thinking of the (gratis) open-source license for the
>> professional edition.
>> The community edition is free (as in free beer and as in freedom!) for
>> everyone, but has a limited featureset:
>> (if someone is interested in my own opinion about it: I tried it after
>> hearing many good things about it, and found it doesn't really fit my
>> workflow - tiling window manager, using terminals a lot, etc.)
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