Plans for PyQt6?
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Tue Apr 28 19:38:10 BST 2020
They will be in the next PyQt5 wheels.
On 28/04/2020 19:28, Grzegorz Bokota wrote:
> There are any plans to add Python stubs files in PyQt5 or PyQt6?
> Grzegorz Bokota
> wt., 28 kwi 2020 o 18:40 Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org>
>> On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 04:55:20PM +0100, Phil Thompson wrote:
>> > On 28/04/2020 16:18, Detlev Offenbach wrote:
>> > > Hi,
>> > >
>> > > one thing I would like to ask for already is some kind of 'porting
>> tool' to
>> > > make the job of porting PyQt5 applications to PyQt6 a bit easier (like
>> > > former times the 2to3 tool for Python). Somewhere I read, that Qt
>> might be
>> > > planning to provide such a tool. If it is usable for PyQt5 and/or
>> > > is unknown.
>> > >
>> > > Why am I asking for this? The eric-ide code base is quite large and it
>> > > would be a task of months, if I had to scan it manually. I would have
>> > > find out about all the removed and changed API first.
>> > >
>> > > Detlev
>> > Useful yes, but not a high priority at first. I wouldn't expect major
>> > projects to consider migrating to PyQt6 for many months.
>> Given that the support for (non-commercial) Qt 5 will end the moment
>> Qt 6
>> released, maybe more projects will want to switch quickly.
>> Then again, there are still projects using Qt 4 which was dropped in
>> December 2015 (but supported in parallel to Qt 5 for three years).
>>  https://www.qt.io/blog/qt-offering-changes-2020
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