Category Archives: Embedding

Inferno-Rpi: project moved

Due to the closure of google code, the project is now moved to: https://bitbucket.org/infpi/inferno-rpi Also added some minor changes and merged with latest inferno-os codebase changes. So returning a little to the project activity and think to keep the project based on dos partition which will be very simple for demo purposes. Also think to […]
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Ru: Archive: Создание Qt+PySide гибридных приложений

Возможно вы знаете про PySide, python биндинги к Qt. Также существует PyQt библиотека которая предоставляет аналогичную функциональность но к сожалению ограничена GPL или коммерческой версией. PySide распространяется под LGPL лицензией что даёт удобную возможность пользовать в коммерческих приложениях. Python даёт возможность очень быстрого создания рабочих приложений и PySide как раз предоставляет такую возможность для Qt […]
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SuperHybrids part 2, now Qt + PySide

I would like to return to a topic that I opened few months ago – about creation of “hybrid” applications consisting of one part of c++ code and another part is python based, plus both part access each other with Qt-like Api, so they understand QString, etc and can exchange qt signals between those two […]
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Qt Python SuperHybrids

You may know about PyQt – python bindings to Qt frameworks. They are great and allow to prototype gui Qt based code in very fast way. To my mind you can develop faster in 1.5-2 times comparing to same development cycle with Qt. Well, development is little different – you do not have compilation stage, […]
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