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PySide for Python 3 under Fedora?

I am currently using Fedora 20, but have been unable to find a python3-pyside package that would allow me to import bindings in a Python 3 application. Is there a reason why this is not in the official repositories, or was the original PySide package meant to handle this? I just cant figure out why none of my interpreters can find the modules if that is the case. python3-pip is not a viable install option since there are library ABI compatibility errors between Python 3.3m and Python 3.3 upon which (apparently?) PySide relies. I suppose I will continue to be part of the problem and stick with Python 2.7 for GUI programming pending a solution to this.

Has anyone else been able to work around this, or is anyone else aware of what the timelines are for integrating existing python-* packages, for which there is the supported possibility of a python3-* equivalent, into the main repositories?

Let me know your thoughts, and thanks in advance!

Tom

PySide for Python 3 under Fedora?

I am currently using Fedora 20, but have been unable to find a python3-pyside package that would allow me to import bindings in a Python 3 application. Is there a reason why this is not in the official repositories, or was the original PySide package meant to handle this? I just cant figure out why none of my interpreters can find the modules if that is the case. python3-pip is not a viable install option since there are library ABI compatibility errors between Python 3.3m and Python 3.3 upon which (apparently?) PySide relies. I suppose I will continue to be part of the problem and stick with Python 2.7 for GUI programming pending a solution to this.

Has anyone else been able to work around this, or is anyone else aware of what the timelines are for integrating existing python-* packages, for which there is the supported possibility of a python3-* equivalent, into the main repositories?

Let me know your thoughts, and thanks in advance!

Tom