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Py​Side

by DamnWidget ST2/ST3

Digia PySide and Riverbank's PyQt bindings for Qt on Python Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3 support

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  • 2014.10.26.15.05.57
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  • 3 years ago
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  • Win 2K
  • OS X 705
  • Linux 1K
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Sublime PySide

status: beta

Overview

Sublime PySide adds Qt (PySide and PyQt4) support for Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3 on Python.

Python support is build for PySide and PyQt4 as well. This has been tested on Linux and Mac OSX

Sublime Text 3: This plugin works on Sublime Text 3 as well as Sublime Text 2 you should only install it from Package Control as usual.

Copyright © 2012 - 2013 Oscar Campos oscar.campos@member.fsf.org

WARNING: SublimeRope features doesn't work in Sublime Text 3 but you can use Anaconda to get full auto completion.

Getting Started

Unzip / git clone the SublimePySide directory into your ST2's Packages directory. To create a new PySide Qt project just use your Operating System keybindings:

ctrl+shift+q on Linux
ctrl+super+q on Mac OSX
ctrl+alt+q on Windows

Then select the type of project you want to create and answer the questions.

You can also use the Tools menu at the toolbar to create a new project. You can configure SublimePySide to always use PySide or PyQt4 in the plugin settings file or just let it asks you when you generate a new project.

To convert PySide to PyQt4 syntax you can use the keybindings:

ctrl+shift+c, ctrl+shift+q on Linux
ctrl+super+c, ctrl+super+q on Mac OSX
ctrl+shift+c, ctrl+shift+q on Windows

To convert PyQt4 to PySide syntax you can use the keybindings:

ctrl+shift+c, ctrl+shift+p on Linux
ctrl+super+c, ctrl+super+p on Mac OSX
ctrl+shift+c, ctrl+shift+p on Windows

NOTES: Conversion from PyQt4 API 1 QVariant toWhatever methods to PySide is not automatic yet so maybe you should edit your code by hand after conversion. PySide only converts to PyQt4 API 2.

IMPORTANT: This plugin use SublimeRope if installed to generate Rope projects in an automatic way. Note that this behaviour is only true in Sublime Text 2, in Sublime Text 3 you can use Anaconda to get full autocompletion.

Features

PySide features are describe below:

Syntax Helpers

  • QML file syntax highligth
  • QMLProject file syntax highlight
  • QML snippets
  • PySide and PyQt4 project creation
  • PySide and PyQt4 autocompletion via SublimeRope
  • PySide to PyQt4 syntax conversion
  • PyQt4 to PySide syntax conversion

Qt Designer related

  • Open ui files with Qt Designer if installed (and it's path is configured)
  • Create new UI files for Qt Designer and open it automatically
  • Compile UI (available as side bar and context menus)
  • Preview UI (available as context menu)

Qt Linguist and friends

  • Open Qt Linguist from Sublime Text
  • Open TS files that we have already open in Sublime Text with Qt Linguist (it only works with TS or QM files)
  • Generate project (by Qt project file or by python sources) linguist TS files (available as side bar context menu)

Other Tools

  • Compile resource file with pyside-rcc (available in context and side bar menus)
  • Open QDBusViewer from Sublime Text

Supported Templates

  • Qt Quick Application (Python + QML)
  • Qt Quick UI (Pure QML)
  • Qt Gui Application (Pure Python)
  • Qt Console Application (Pure Python)
  • Qt Unit Test (dumb skeleton)

License:

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.

Have a look at “LICENSE.txt” file for more information.

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