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I'll echo this.

I've maintained a production PyQt based app for 7-8 years (started on PyQt4/py2, moved to PyQt5/py3, but I evaluated PySide as well). It involved wrapping another Qt library for use from python. I found the bindings I created based on SIP (which is what PyQt is based on, both written by the same author) to be overall easier to create and smaller in size.

It's great that we're getting Qt backed bindings but Phil Thompson has done a wonderful job with PyQt over the years and I really would've liked to see it become the official library somehow.




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