Mercurial and Mac OS X
chadrik at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 18:15:51 CDT 2010
On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 4:04 PM, Adrian Buehlmann <adrian at cadifra.com>wrote:
> On 14.04.2010 13:35, Yuya Nishihara wrote:
> > Chad Dombrova wrote:
> >> slightly OT: is there any chance of some day getting a PyQt or PySide
> >> of tortoise? it's becoming more and more the case that people already
> >> PyQt installed and it's mature on every major platform.
> > I'm interested in Qt port since I use KDE, but it'll be hard work. :)
> > BTW, cutehg and hgview are Qt-based, so they could be run on Mac.
> > cutehg: http://bitbucket.org/bfrog/cutehg/
> > hgview: http://www.logilab.org/project/hgview
> I think I might be interested in looking into a PyQt (or PySide?) based
> TortoiseHg fork/rewrite too. But my focus is on Windows.
> But the work that would need to be done would sure be impressive. Maybe
> we could work by attacking dialog by dialog, installing GTK and Qt in
> parallel on Windows until we have something that's useful enough to run
> on Qt alone.
it's not a pretty strategy but it's a pragmatic one. i personally wouldn't
mind this, because getting pyqt setup is not that hard. one potential
problem is that the main log window calls many other windows as sub-windows.
if it's a simple subprocess, then it would be fairly easy to make it a Qt
window. if not and it's using a bunch of gtk window management stuff (which
is probably the case) it'll be a lot harder to have the two co-exist.
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