Is QtVCP better than QtPyVCP ?

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14 May 2024 08:42 #300562 by timaer
Hello,everyone,I 'm considering using QtPyvcp or QtVCP design my machine's UI ,and I know the QTVCP is able to completely customize,but I 'm not sure if  QtPyVCP does since there is little doc about it in the official site.So,my question is maybe QtPyVCP is use python and QtVCP using c++,I prefer to use python because it 's much easier ,but I wonder there is shortcoming or some limit with QtPyVCP comparing to QtVCP ,any comment is welcome,thanks

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14 May 2024 08:55 #300563 by Aciera
As far as I am aware they both use Python but have been developed by different people. QtVCP is part of linuxcnc while QtPyVCP is an external project.
forum.linuxcnc.org/qtpyvcp/40986-differe...vcp-and-qtvcp#193481
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14 May 2024 09:13 #300564 by timaer
is QtVCP also using python?

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14 May 2024 09:31 #300565 by Aciera
Yes:

It displays a

.ui
file built with Qt Designer screen editor and combines this with Python programming to create a GUI screen for running a CNC machine.

linuxcnc.org/docs/html/gui/qtvcp.html
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14 May 2024 09:34 #300566 by timaer
Thanks,so,if it is not including C++,I would prefer QtVCP

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15 May 2024 05:11 #300645 by rodw
Replied by rodw on topic Is QtVCP better than QtPyVCP ?
Qtvcp is much better documented on the Linuxcnc web site. The qtdragon GUI is very good.

The GUI's typpically don't use C++ but the real time side of linuxcnc (Components and core code) is based on C. Some parts are in C++ but the core code predates C++
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15 May 2024 05:49 #300653 by timaer
Thanks,I'm going to use QtVCP!
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