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is a Python binding of the cross-platform GUI toolkit Qt. It is one of Python's options for GUI programming. Popular alternatives are PySide (the Qt binding with official support and a more liberal license), PyGTK, wxPython, and Tkinter (which is bundled with Python). Like Qt,
is free software.
is implemented as a Python plug-in.
version 4 works with both Qt 4 and Qt 5.
version 5 only supports Qt version 5, and drops support for features that are deprecated in Qt 5.
eric is usable for development of any combination of Python 3 or Python 2, Qt 5 or Qt 4 and
4 projects, on Linux, Microsoft Windows and OS X platforms.
eric is written in Python and uses the
Python bindings for the Qt GUI toolkit.
as a dependency. It has over 100 games available in the repository.
implements around 440 classes and over 6,000 functions and methods including:
There are several popular GUI library alternatives available, such as wxPython,
(PySide), Pygame, Pyglet, and PyGTK.
is developed by the British firm Riverbank Computing. It is available under similar terms to Qt versions older than 4.5; this means a variety of licenses including GNU General Public License (GPL) and commercial license, but not the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
supports Microsoft Windows as well as various flavours of Unix, including Linux and macOS.
It is written in
(except the Windows shell extension), and the underlying client can be used on the command line.
SIP was originally developed in 1998 for
— the Python bindings for the Qt GUI toolkit — but is suitable for generating bindings for any C or C++ library.
Spyder makes use of Qt either through the binding
or PySide. This flexibility is reached through a small abstraction layer called QtPy.
Note that any other module, such as pygame,
or pickle, may be used in combination with a Shed Skin generated extension module. For examples of this, see the Shed Skin examples.
Puddletag is written in Python 2.x and uses Qt 4 (through
) for its user interface. Mutagen works on Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, 3.4 (CPython and PyPy) and has no dependencies outside the Python standard library.
Veusz is a scientific plotting package. Veusz is a Qt application written in Python,
and NumPy. It is freely available for anyone to distribute under the terms of the GPL. It is designed to produce publication-quality plots. The name should be pronounced as "views".
As of the 2014 the 0.14 release of FreeCAD, including the new LGPL release of Open Cascade, the BSD-licensed version of Coin3D, and the removal of
, FreeCAD is now completely GPL-free. However, LibreDWG has not been adopted. FreeCAD is able to import and export a limited subset of the DWG format via the Teigha Converter (the former OpenDWG library).
PySide was released under the LGPL in August 2009 by Nokia, the former owners of the Qt toolkit, after Nokia failed to reach an agreement with
developers Riverbank Computing to change its licensing terms to include LGPL as an alternative license.
PythonQt is a Python script binding for the Qt framework. It was originally written to make MeVisLab scriptable and then published as open source in 2007 under LGPL. An introduction of PythonQt was published in Qt Quarterly, which also includes a comparison to
IPython allows non-blocking interaction with Tkinter, PyGTK,
/PySide and wxPython (the standard Python shell only allows interaction with Tkinter). IPython can interactively manage parallel computing clusters using asynchronous status callbacks and/or MPI. IPython can also be used as a system shell replacement. Its default behavior is largely similar to Unix shells, but it allows customization and the flexibility of executing code in a live Python environment.
In 2006, Picard's developers added a facility for identifying audio files using an acoustic fingerprinting scheme called MusicDNS. They replaced MusicDNS with AcoustID in 2009. In the interim, Picard was completely rewritten in order to switch from the wxPython library to
, and also to make it portable to Mac OS X. The rewritten application was published as version 0.9.0. Picard now also uses the Mutagen library.
wxPython is a wrapper for the cross-platform GUI API (often referred to as a "toolkit") wxWidgets (which is written in C++) for the Python programming language. It is one of the alternatives to Tkinter, which is bundled with Python. It is implemented as a Python extension module (native code). Other popular alternatives are PyGTK, its successor PyGObject and
. Like wxWidgets, wxPython is free software.
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