Why is that android devs do not consider PyQT?
is there a licencing issue?
I think the main issue people don't like PyQT is because of GPL vs LGPL licensing. It makes it hard to make code proprietary. Also, Python is pain to package right. kivy is making break through in that direction. Again, that's what I've learned so far from Google.
It's not a licensing issue. It's more that Python is slower than Java. But I'll let the real Pythons and Coffee drinkers tell you otherwise.
interesting, I'll look more into it and get back to you about it.
Of course, at this point, there are very few languages that are faster than Java so that is definitely one reason. Python interpreter needs to be packaged in with python app is kindda bummer. I'm guessing Qt5 library also takes up quite a room. Python just not feel welcome in Android community because of all these reasons.
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