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Build qt graphical user interfaces out of simple type objects.

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Build qt graphical user interfaces out of simple type objects.





value: bool


value: None
background_color: str
text: str
text_color: str


value: str
allowed: List[str]


value: double
units: str
minimum: double
maximum: double
decimals: int

Note that units support works via pint


value: int
minimum: int
maximum: int


value: str


qtypes comes with a few examples right out of the box. Run them using the python module syntax, e.g.:

$ python -m qtypes.examples one_of_each

Included examples:

example description
one_of_each Simple example displaying one of each type with some inspection tools.
units Example demonstrating units support for qtypes Float object.

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