[PyQt] pyqtdeploy command not found
flaforgia at gmail.com
Thu Aug 9 06:22:57 BST 2018
Thanks for your answer and your advice on venv.
Your guessing was correct. I didn't have ~/.local/bin in my PATH that's
why I could not execute the command.
I know venv but I never think to use it. But I will use it from now
because I have tests to do with different packages for a project and I
don't want to kill my python installation because of that.
Le 09/08/2018 à 06:27, Kyle Altendorf a écrit :
> I'm guessing it's in ~/.local/bin. But, you really ought to work in a virtualenv or venv. Basically never use the system pip. If you run it as root (such as with sudo) it can destroy your os. Without root (such as with --user) leaves pip not fully in control of the packages. You can `sudo apt install virtualenv` `virtualenv -p python3 myenv` `myenv/bin/pip install pyqtdeploy pyqt5` `myenv/bin/pyqtdeploy`.
> On August 8, 2018 5:39:39 PM EDT, francois <flaforgia at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm new to pyqtdeploy.
>> I installed the latest version with pip3 and apparently it went well.
>> But when I try to execute pyqtdeploy the command is not found.
>> My configuration is:
>> Ubuntu 17.10
>> Python 3.6.3 (distribution installation)
>> From pip3 freeze:
>> I'm sure I missed something but I can't find what.
>> Can you help me to fix this issue ?
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