[PyQt] Installing pyqt5 with sip and qmake executables on ubuntu
michaelkenth at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 16:34:31 BST 2020
sip5 from pypi installs sip5.exe (and others) into the Scripts folder.
(sip-build.exe is what i use in my project along with a pyproject.toml)
So I guess I was suggesting, without knowing your entire setup, you could
use the sip5 scripts, and then the qmake.exe that ships with the official
Qt installer package (which I would assume you have anyhow, because you
need headers and libs to build a Qt library)
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 7:40 PM Patrick Stinson <patrickkidd at gmail.com>
> As mentioned, I am using the qmake and sip exes to build sip extensions
> that use qt for Mac windows and Linux.
> Does the sip on pypi install the sip exe?
> Qt 6 will move to cmake so that is the future. It may solve this problem
> in the long run. But not yet.
> On Apr 26, 2020, at 4:15 PM, michael h <michaelkenth at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Is building qt/python/sip/pyqt5 the only way to install pyqt5 along
>> with the sip and qmake exe’s so you can build extensions as well as run the
> I install sip5 from pypi and use that (it was fairly trivial to migrate
> from sip4 for me, if you're still on that). However, the library i'm
> wrapping is built using cmake (which builds against Qt from the official
> installer) so I can't comment extensively on using qmake directly.
> I wouldn't expect pyqt5 to ship with qmake (and seems like you'd need
> headers and libs anyways). What are you using qmake for?
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