[PyKDE] Windows install broken

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Tue Nov 14 12:29:31 GMT 2006

> Phil Thompson a écrit :
>> On Sunday 12 November 2006 4:14 pm, Xavier Décoret wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I moved to PyQt 4.1 and Qt.4.2.1 and install is not straightforward. I
>>> install Qt.4.2.1 for Windows (GPL) first, then PyQt 4.1 using the
>>> windows installer. PyQt4 applications do not run, complainging that
>>> Qt4Core.dll cannot be found.
>>> Have I done something wrong or is it normal?
>>> PS: I am recompiling PyQt4 from the sources to see If it works. Yet the
>>> problem is that for beginners, this process is tedious and it might
>>> stop
>>> them from testing PyQt, if the installer is "broken".
>> Make sure you have installed Qt and MinGW properly, ie. that the DLLs
>> are on
>> your PATH.
> I have installed it the way a newbie would do it: double-click on the
> installer downloaded from Trolltech and Riverbank. Personnally, I can
> fix the problem. My concern is for other people (the one I target with
> an open-source application). If they cannot simply install PyQt, they
> won't use my soft ;-). So I am trying to figure out wether it is a
> problem on my station, or a general problem with the installers.

It's a problem with the Qt installer, not the PyQt installer.


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