AnPyLar. PySide2 - Qt Wiki. Pyside for Qt 5.x The Pyside 2 project aims to provide a complete port of PySide to Qt 5.x. The development started on GitHub in May 2015. The project managed to port Pyside to Qt 5.3, 5.4 & 5.5. During April 2016 The Qt Company decided to properly support the port (see details ). This wiki page tracks the progress of PySide for Qt 5.x development and provides further information concerning the effort. Tools The following tools are used to develop PySide2: Getting started Getting started with PySide2 Missing PySide2 bindings Missing PySide2 bindings Backlog The list below represents some short term targets and long term ideas for Pyside2 development.
This Research Topic is also cross listed in Frontiers in Neuroinformatics Frontiers in Neuroinformatics hosted the research topic ... Frontiers in Neuroinformatics hosted the research topic “Python in Neuroscience” in 2008-2009, documenting the first wave of mature tools to propel Python into common use in the field. This widespread convergence on Python as the systems integration language of choice in Neuroscience has brought with it exciting new possibilities for cross-fertilization, collaboration, and interdisciplinary interaction. The Python ecosystem remains vibrant and inventive, and continues to produce cutting edge tools for Neuroscience research. With this second research topic on “Python in Neuroscience” we seek to showcase the most exciting developments since 2009 that include, but are not limited to, the following themes: We call for contributions that document innovative use of Python for scientific work from any branch of Neuroscience.
If you have questions, bug reports, or feature requests, feel free to post them on our mailing list: RapydScript making use of GlowScript, another project done by a member of our community. Python Data Analysis Library — pandas: Python Data Analysis Library. Lightweight Virtual Environments in Python 3.4. Pythonium/pythonium. Apache Libcloud: One Python library for all clouds | Cloud computing. Sometimes too much choice isn't a good thing. Case in point: the proliferation of cloud environments, with Amazon as a de facto standard, and a legion of contenders trailing after with their own ideas about how it should all work.
Where's the consistency? Apache Libcloud might have an answer. Originally booted up in 2009 at the now-defunct Cloudkick, it's an open source project bearing a single, consistent Python interface to more than 30 cloud providers and their major services. Python 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, and 126.96.36.199 and above are all supported, along with the PyPy just-in-time compiler. The 0.14 release of Libcloud, produced in late January, is a mostly incremental update, but the latest changes indicate the project's development is geared toward making it easier to work with fine-grained features common to many cloud providers.
Another issue exposed by Libcloud: Most cloud providers still fall short on their API sets in ways that aren't immediately obvious. Python to the people — Pyzo - Python to the people. Code robots in Python. Fight other players. Climb to the top. Web2py Web Framework. Differences Between PyQt4 and PyQt5 — PyQt 5.0 Reference Guide. PyQt5 is not compatibile with PyQt4 (although experience shows that the effort in porting applications from PyQt4 to PyQt5 is not great). This section describes the main differences between the two. Supported Python Versions Versions of Python earlier than v2.6 are not supported. Deprecated Features PyQt5 does not support any parts of the Qt API that are marked as deprecated or obsolete in Qt v5.0.