. exploring the wiki at diotavelli.net.
PyQt und PySide book has some example code:
-- the book is written in german:
PyQt und PySide: GUI- und Anwendungsentwicklung mit Python und Qt
Published: 2012 ISBN 978-3-941841-50-5
. the .zip doesn't have a lot of example code,
but it's mostly English despite the text being German .
. the localization coverage looked interesting
but it used some strange resource files
that need explaining by the book .
great tutorials collection:
. tutorial for text editor (the code is here).
Test PyQt GUIs with QTest and unittest
by John McGehee on July 31, 2011
"( PyQt is the Python binding of the popular QtBoudewijn Rempt & David Mertz @ ibm's comparison to tkinter.
cross-platform UI and application framework.
For unit testing, PyQt clients are expected to use
the standard Python unittest module,
with just a little help from the PyQt QtTest module.
It is not immediately apparent how to blend these two frameworks
into a unified unit testing strategy.
In this article, I show you how to unit test a PyQt GUI dialog
using only modules included in PyQt and Python. )
. see his Charming Python series:
# dom (XML Python)
# Easy Web data collection with mechanize and Beautiful Soup
# ide's .
IPython has Powerful Python shells (terminal and Qt-based).
IPython 0.13: a major release (June 30, 2012)
"( This release, closed 1115 issues Githubpyqt-based browser:
and comes with major improvements to the
notebook and parallel computing APIs,
a new cell magic system,
unified interactive and parallel kernels ).
. installation instructions .
. code base at code.google.com .
other pyqt projects on g'code:
"( A graphical ocr solution for GNU/Linuxtext editor:
based on Python, Qt4 and tessaract OCR.
Lector can help you to scan your tons of paper
and create text document!
Lector lets you select areas on which you want to
do OCR (Optical Character Recognition).
Then you can run tesseract-ocr
simply clicking a button.
The resulting text can be proofread, formatted and edited
directly in Lector.
. see the OCRopus project,
for which Tesseract is one of the pluggable OCR engines;
OCRopus also provides layout analysis
and statistical language modeling.)
"( Marave doesn't just have minimalism and simplicity,PyQt:creating GUIs with Python’s QT bindings
it has that combined with beauty
and a palpable design ethic. Marave has soul.
Inspired by ommwriter and other similar projects,
aims to be a simple, clean text editor
that doesn't distract you from your writing.)
Boudewijn Rempt`GUI Programming
with Python: QT Edition
. this is a complete book online !
(somewhat obsolete though?).
7.16: news.cyb/dev.pyqt/zetcode book:
7.17: news.cyb/dev.pyqt/wiki pages:
python typing -- strong and safe but implicit
(by contrast Pascal -- explicit yet not completely safe)
. list of wiki's python books:
the people's pyqt book
-- they point to techbase.kde.org
"( to develop KDE applications using Python,###
you need both PyQt and PyKDE.
. PyQt provides Python support for the Qt library
which KDE is built on.)
pyqt's relation to PyKDE:
"(. Riverbank Computing has a lot of good documentation
about how to use PyQt to create pure Qt applications.
If you are new to KDE / Python development,
then learning how to use PyQt is the best first step.
PyKDE builds on top of PyQt and adds
Python support for KDE's libraries and technologies.
PyKDE is distributed as part of the kdebindings module.
Stable releases can be downloaded from
the normal KDE download page,
although it is usually easier to
install pre-built packages from your
operating system distribution.
You can also obtain PyKDE from
KDE's subversion repository .
Or from KDE's git repository:
git clone git://anongit.kde.org/pykde4 ).