PyQt4/PyQt5 compatibility layer.
PyQt/PySide compatibility layer.
- At the top level AnyQt exports a Qt5 compatible module namespace along with some minimal renames to better support portability between different versions
- Which Qt api/backend is chosen can be controlled by a QT_API env variable
- The api can be chosen/forced programmatically (as long as no PyQt4/PyQt5/PySide/PySide2 was already imported)
- provides an optional compatibility import hook, that denys imports from conflicting Qt api, or intercepts and fakes a Qt4 api imports, to use a Qt5 compatible API (some monkey patching is involved).
The documentation is hosted at https://anyqt.readthedocs.io/en/stable/
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