[PyQt] Simple Examples for using SIP with PyQt5

Robert Kent rob at gulon.co.uk
Thu Aug 20 14:53:46 BST 2015

Hi Johan,

Firstly, thanks very much :)

I have actually managed to run the sip command successfully and auto-generated the necessary code, my issue is actually with creating a working configure.py and hence a Makefile. The examples refer to “pyqtconfig” which used to provide a range of Makefile classes which seemed to fill in all the details regarding include and library directories and compiler/linker options in general for the Qt framework and sip. Any help on what the necessary options are or how to obtain them would be hugely appreciated.

Thanks very much, Rob

> On 20 Aug 2015, at 14:42, Johan Fläckman <flackman.johan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Where are you getting stuck? 
> I'm using my own buildsystem but 
> I can probably help out if you have issues with your sip-file(s).
> On Aug 20, 2015 14:05, "Robert Kent" <rob at gulon.co.uk <mailto:rob at gulon.co.uk>> wrote:
> Hi Phil/All,
> Just wondering if anyone has/knows of any examples or tutorials for using SIP with (Py)Qt5. I’ve got a C++ Qt library that I’d like to expose to Python and whilst I can get a simple example of SIP with pure C++ to work, I have no idea how to achieve this with a Qt library. The method for doing this seems to have changed since PyQt4, but the documentation is yet to be updated.
> Any help (particularly a simple worked example) would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks, Rob
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