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33 """
34 Abstraction for different Python Qt bindings.
35 
36 Supported Python Qt 5 bindings are PyQt and PySide.
37 The Qt modules can be imported like this:
38 
39 from python_qt_binding.QtCore import QObject
40 from python_qt_binding import QtGui, loadUi
41 
42 The name of the selected binding is available in QT_BINDING.
43 The version of the selected binding is available in QT_BINDING_VERSION.
44 All available Qt modules are listed in QT_BINDING_MODULES.
45 
46 The default binding order ('pyqt', 'pyside') can be overridden with a
47 SELECT_QT_BINDING_ORDER attribute on sys:
48  setattr(sys, 'SELECT_QT_BINDING_ORDER', [FIRST_NAME, NEXT_NAME, ..])
49 
50 A specific binding can be selected with a SELECT_QT_BINDING attribute on sys:
51  setattr(sys, 'SELECT_QT_BINDING', MY_BINDING_NAME)
52 """
53 
54 import sys
55 from .binding_helper import loadUi, QT_BINDING, QT_BINDING_MODULES, QT_BINDING_VERSION # @UnusedImport
56 
57 # register all binding modules as sub modules of this package (python_qt_binding) for easy importing
58 for module_name, module in QT_BINDING_MODULES.items():
59  sys.modules[__name__ + '.' + module_name] = module
60  setattr(sys.modules[__name__], module_name, module)
61  del module_name
62  del module
63 
64 del sys


python_qt_binding
Author(s): Dave Hershberger, Dorian Scholz, Dirk Thomas
autogenerated on Fri Oct 25 2019 03:31:46