[PyQt] jpeg plugin not loading
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Thu Oct 23 17:16:54 BST 2008
On Thu, 23 Oct 2008 07:17:18 -0400, Doug Bell <dougb at bellz.org> wrote:
> Phil Thompson wrote:
>> On Thu, 16 Oct 2008 08:02:11 -0400, Doug Bell <dougb at bellz.org> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > The plugin for jpeg image support is not loading on my windows
>> > installation of PyQt (from the 4.4.3-1 binary installer). Jpeg images
>> > don't show up in a QTextBrowser and jpeg isn't listed as one of the
>> > supported formats in QImageReader.supportedImageFormats().
>> > This works fine on Linux and on someone else's windows installation,
>> > but
>> > not on mine. I'm not sure whether it matters, but I don't have an
>> > administrator login to the only windows PC that I have access to.
>> > the PyQt install fail to properly setup plugins if installed as a
>> > regular user?
>> > Do I need to complie Qt and PyQt from source to get this to work?
>> It should work.
> It should? I just tried this on another Windows PC - a laptop with an
> older (4.3.0) binary installation of PyQt. Jpeg image support worked
> fine. But images quit working after I upgraded to the 4.4.3 binary
> The only thing that is slightly unusual about both of these PCs is that
> I don't have an admin login - I'm just a regular user.
> Any ideas?
Does the qt.conf file that should be installed in the Python directory look
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