PySide reaches final 1.0.0 release

Published Friday March 4th, 2011
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PySide 1.0.0 has reached final

We know a lot of you are interested in PySide, the set of LGPL-licensed bindings that tie Python to Qt. We know because PySide is the number one wiki topic on Qt Developer Network.

The news today for Qt + Python enthusiasts is good – PySide, the LGPL set of bindings for Qt and Python has just reached final 1.0.0 release.

The final release arrives after a long stabilisation release, and it provides bindings to not only all of Qt 4.7 (including Qt Quick and QML), but also Qt Mobility.

It also contains generator tools for quickly creating new bindings for any C++ bindings.

Congratulations to everyone who has built and contributed to this valuable project.

To see more about PySide and to download the final 1.0.0 release, head to http://www.pyside.org

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6 comments

Cristian says:

Sorry for nitpicking but the caption under the picture states “PySide 1.1.0 has reached final” and the title of the blog entry states “PySide reaches final 1.0.0 release” 🙂

David Stone says:

Not at all. Thanks for pointing it out. It has been fixed and the gerbil that does my proof-reading has been fired 😉

pankaj says:

Pyside is very nice for qt development for python developers. Is there any chance for a symbian port.

Edwin Yip says:

This is SOOOO great! I am using Delphi now, and have just evaluated PySide and Qt for several days, and I must say, I’M VERY IMPRESSED! OTOH, I love python language!

Just tried frozen a PySide ‘hello world’ program with cx_freeze, the result was great! The generated EXE in the target folder can be executed directly (cx_freeze auto copies all necessary DLL’s). And after UPXing all the files, the file size reduced 70%! But not sure if a complex program can run correctly without problems after being UPXed.

Reynier Pupo says:

Compressing a dll or .EXE is not a good idea. UPX can cause some damage to your executables files.

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