[wingide-users] Working with PyQt

진석오 jsukoh at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 05:13:53 MDT 2012


if you want to do it,

use ERIC IDE rather than WingIDE, ERIC include PyQT in their IDE.

I hope WingIDE will include the feature soon.



2012/6/3 Virgil Stokes <vs at it.uu.se>

> I have just started with PyQt4 and currently trying some of the
> introductory tutorial examples.
>
> Are there any WingIDE shortcuts that can reduce the number of steps for
> creating *.py code from the Qt Designer?
> That is, the step (after saving the Qt Designer window in test.ui):
>
>  d:\pythonCode> pyuic4 test.ui > test_ui.py
>
> from the command window seems a little awkward. And then the creation of
> the test.py file (template for PyQt code).
>
> This example is taken directly from:
>
>  http://www.rkblog.rk.edu.pl/w/**p/introduction-pyqt4/<http://www.rkblog.rk.edu.pl/w/p/introduction-pyqt4/>
>
> In summary, can the test.py file be created completely within WingIDE,
> without the need to explicitly execute pyuic4 from the command window?
>
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