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PySide 1.0.7 – “Beatriz”: Python for Qt released!

The PySide team is proud to announce the new release version 1.0.7
of PySide project.
Major changes
. Memory consumption optimization;
. Bug Fixes;
About PySide
PySide is the Nokia-sponsored Python Qt bindings project, providing access to
not only the complete Qt 4.7 framework but also Qt Mobility, as well as to
generator tools for rapidly generating bindings for any C++ libraries.
The PySide project is developed in the open, with all facilities you’d expect
from any modern OSS project such as all code in a git repository [1], an open
Bugzilla [2] for reporting bugs, and an open design process [3]. We welcome
any contribution without requiring a transfer of copyright.
List of bugs fixed
996 Missing dependencies for QtWebKit in buildscripts for Fedora
986 Documentation links
985 Provide versioned pyside-docs zip file to help packagers
981 QSettings docs should empathize the behavior changes of value() on
different platforms
902 Expose Shiboken functionality through a Python module
997 QDeclarativePropertyMap doesn’t work.
994 QIODevice.readData must use qmemcpy instead of qstrncpy
989 Pickling QColor fails
987 Disconnecting a signal that has not been connected
973 shouldInterruptJavaScript slot override is never called
966 QX11Info.display() missing
959 can’t pass QVariant to the QtWebkit bridge
1006 Segfault in QLabel init
1002 Segmentation fault on PySide/Spyder exit
998 Segfault with Spyder after switching to another app
995 QDeclarativeView.itemAt returns faulty reference. (leading to SEGFAULT)
990 Segfault when trying to disconnect a signal that is not connected
975 Possible memory leak
991 The __repr__ of various types is broken
988 The type supplied with currentChanged signal in QTabWidget has
changed in 1.0.6
The files can be downloaded from PySide download page[4] References
[1] http://qt.gitorious.org/pyside
[2] http://bugs.openbossa.org/
[3] http://www.pyside.org/docs/pseps/psep-0001.html
[4] http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/PySideDownloads
Source PySide Team

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