So … for editing, I’ve been using PyCharm mostly because, well, I know how to use their UI and it seems like a good IDE for Python, what with having never looked at a line of any of it before a few months ago.
But now- for the UI and such, in general.
“No coding required”. Really? Sure thing.
Do I just pick a .ui file? Do I need to setup a Project? Is there a ‘main file’ or something to load first? PyCharm pretty much parsed the whole sourcetree and figured it out where as Qt Designer took me through a similar setup, suggested some file type filters to apply and then starts at an empty window and I can’t see any of the files in /picard. So un-intuitive.
I see where there’s comments that say "don’t edit, use build_ui or whatever… "
I’m still used to a nice big long source file in a single window. The I and E in IDE are still “amazing” to me, how (PyCharm, not Qt Designer, at least) seems to want to help you with whats going on.
Anyone have a quick run down on what/where to start?
What parts of Picard I should be editing with what, etc?