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PySide 1.0.9 – “Sheldon”: Python for Qt Released!

The PySide team is proud to announce the new release version 1.0.9 of PySide project.
Major changes.
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
1058 Strange code in PySide/QtUiTools/glue/plugins.h
1057 valgrind detected “Conditional jump or move depends on uninitialised value”
1052 PySideConfig.cmake contains an infinite loop due to missing default for SHIBOKEN_PYTHON_SUFFIX
1048 QGridLayout.itemAtPosition() crashes when it should return None
1037 shiboken fails to build against python 3.2 (both normal and -dbg) on i386 (and others)
1036 Qt.KeyboardModifiers always evaluates to zero
1033 QDialog.DialogCode instances and return value from QDialog.exec_ hash to different values
1031 QState.parentState() or QState.machine() causes python crash at exit
1029 qmlRegisterType Fails to Increase the Ref Count
1028 QWidget winId missing
1016 Calling of Q_INVOKABLE method returning not QVariant is impossible…
1013 connect to QSqlTableModel.primeInsert() causes crash
1012 FTBFS with hardening flags enabled
1011 PySide Cygwin patch
1010 Shiboken Cygwin patch
1009 GeneratorRunner Cygwin patch
1008 ApiExtractor Cygwin patch
891 ApiExtractor doesn’t support doxygen as backend to doc generation.
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

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