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alstaszko

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Python (was PyQt)
« on: 2012.04.07, 08:38:18 »
Thanks Paul. It looks like something in the last module loaded, namely readline.pyd.

By the way, I might be interested in PyQt simply because I have used wxPython on Windows and Linux
extensively and the method of binding message handlers cannot be that dissimilar.

How have you generated the interface wrappers for Python? Did you use SWIG?
I have had an notion lurking at the back of my mind for some time to get SWIG ported
to OS/2 and do something similar with wxWidgets -> wxPython for OS/2.

Just as eric4 and 5 are Python IDEs it might be nice to have C/C++ support in them, assuming it's
a plugin mechanism for language support.

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Re: Python (was PyQt)
« Reply #1 on: 2012.04.07, 11:08:50 »
How have you generated the interface wrappers for Python? Did you use SWIG?
I have had an notion lurking at the back of my mind for some time to get SWIG ported
to OS/2 and do something similar with wxWidgets -> wxPython for OS/2.

PyQT - ie the interface wrapper - is a product of riverbank computing - http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/news

I 'just' compiled it.

I will try investigate readline.pyd when I get some time

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Re: Python (was PyQt)
« Reply #2 on: 2012.04.07, 11:13:22 »
try http://smedley.id.au/readline.zip for the 100% cpu with readline.pyd - overwrite the existing file

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Re: Python (was PyQt)
« Reply #3 on: 2012.04.07, 13:21:01 »
Thanks, I'll give it a try.

Andy Staszko

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Re: Python (was PyQt)
« Reply #4 on: 2012.04.07, 13:27:03 »
That's seems to have done the trick!

We have keyboard input and no CPU hogging.

Andy Staszko

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Re: Python (was PyQt)
« Reply #5 on: 2012.04.08, 12:09:59 »
That's seems to have done the trick!

We have keyboard input and no CPU hogging.

Andy Staszko

glad it works :P