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No it really is not. You are defending Qt's decision to keep their own lives simple. That's fine for Qt, but not so for their target Python audience.

Generating similar high quality docs for the Pythonic wrapper should not be a issue.

Isn't the point that you don't have to translate in your head all the time. For non-Pythonic, non pep8 code you are going to do that constantly, not only when you read the Qt docs.

pep8 is a subset of 'Pythonic', the current wrappers are not only not pep8 compliant, they are also un-Pythonic in other ways.

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate Qt trying to expand their user base, but I would consider this effort a early milestone on the road to something that really fits into the Python ecosystem.

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