+How to add EmbeddedPyQt to your C++ project
+Six simple steps to embed Python into your Qt C++ project.
+1. Add the ``embpyqt`` folder to your project.
+2. Add the embpyqt-files and Python to your build. For qmake do
+ INCLUDEPATH += -I./embpyqt
+ embpyqt/embeddedpyqt.cpp \
+ embpyqt/embeddedpyqt.h \
+ LIBS += -lpython2.7 -L/usr/lib/
+ INCLUDEPATH += /usr/include/python2.7/
+3. Create an EmbeddedPyQt instance in your project:
+ #include "embpyqt/embeddedpyqt.h"
+ EmbeddedPyQt embpyqt = new EmbeddedPyQt();
+4. Register classes and instances to embpyqt:
+The instances will be known by their object name. To register classes
+you have to pass the staticMetaObject attribute.
+If an instance is a child object of a already registered instance (like embpyqt)
+you do not have to register it manually. It will be accessible as an
+attribute. The same applies to instance properties.
+5. Call the init script:
+Make sure that the python folder is copied to your installation target
+by your build system and that the path is correct.
+6. Now you can call Python from C++ by using the execute method:
+ embpyqt->execute("embpyqt_console.Visible = True", true);
+Python can connect to existing C++ signals and is able to modify the