Porting enums from PyQT5 to PyQt6

Florian Bruhin me at the-compiler.org
Wed Oct 19 18:15:26 BST 2022


On Tue, Oct 18, 2022 at 01:32:00PM -0800, Patrick Stinson wrote:
> Just double checking here before I port a whole bunch of code.
> It looks like Qt enums in PyQt6 now subclass python's `Enum` class - and so
> need to have the enum class name added whenever referencing enum values.
> Correct?
> For example: QFont.Medium
> must become QFont.Weight.Medium


> Or is there a way to avoid changing all references to Qt enum values while
> staying with good practices?

There are at least three tools available to automate the changes:


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