[PyQt] FW: Welcome to the "PyQt" mailing list

Kyle Altendorf sda at fstab.net
Wed Sep 26 17:40:10 BST 2018

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On September 26, 2018 7:36:36 AM EDT, Adrian Murphy <Adrian.Murphy at trustmarque.com> wrote:
>That's great thank you.
>Can I opt back out of the mailing list for the time being, to stop the
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>On 2018-09-25 05:30, Adrian Murphy wrote:
>> Ive tried to download the 5.11.2 zip file from your site, I get the
>> download will start shortly, with a green 5 next to it, it doesn't
>> actually get anywhere. When you click problem downloading and click
>> the direct link, download the zip file and extract it locally. It
>> doesn't seem to have any installers or exes in there. I have tried
>> same for 5.10.
>> Ive also tried the Sourceforge site, get the same issues. I did
>> to find a .whl file in one of the downloads, but wasn't sure how to
>> convert this, if at all possible.
>PyQt switched from the binary installers to the current Python binary
>distribution system of wheels as of 5.6.
>You use pip to install wheels. I generally recommend working in a
>separate virtualenv or venv for each project and only really install
>packages in those.
>py -3.7 -m venv myvenv
>myvenv\scripts\pip install pyqt5
>myvenv\scripts\python myprogram.py<http://myprogram.py>
>I also recommend installing your own code in the virtualenv/venv using
>pip, you'll need a setup.py<http://setup.py> for that. Generally when
>you install code
>you are modifying you will use the -e option to pip such as
>`myvenv\scripts\pip install -e .` where `.` is referring to the current
>directory, or use whatever the path is to your project root (where the
>setup.py<http://setup.py> is).
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