Haha, thanks for the suggestion, but it's a little too late for me. I already have like 7,000 lines of C++ code, imported into python through SWIG. However, I do python development in other projects, too, so I may keep your recommendations in mind.
I had never used SWIG before starting this effort, and now that I have battled it and come out victorious, I'm quite impressed with it. It understands most of the "nominal" C++ programming structures, and usually does a good job of mapping every C++ function and class (with methods) to identical python calls. There's a few quirks with it, but i got most of it ironed with one afternoon of frustration.
But no need to pollute Sam's thread with this any longer. Just throwing it out my positive recommendation for SWIG. It's been a lifesaver for BTC client development in python.
Hi. Looking for some PyQT bitcoin client I found your project. Seriously dropping Windows support? I guess Windows is here to stay at least for some more years.
Last commit 2 months ago? How's your motivation?
I think the OP left bitcointalk over 2 years ago. His last action was in July of 2011. As for the commits, maybe he is still working on it, but he's not going to reply to your questions here.