import error PyQt5.QtWidgets, 32bit Python question
ian at ottoway.dev
Thu Nov 19 13:33:10 GMT 2020
This sounds a lot like the issue I had not too long ago, it was a bug in the PyQt packaging that was putting the wrong version of some DLLs in the wheel.
It's been a while since then so I assumed it was fixed.
Here is the previous thread: http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ImportError-using-PyQt-5-14-on-32-bit-Windows-7-tt5269397.html#a5269461
---- On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 04:49:05 -0600 V. Armando Solé <sole at esrf.fr> wrote ----
On 18/11/2020 20:55, Elizabeth Johnson
I've also tried just installing Python 3.7.4 directly and
pip installing PyQt5 (same error, no success) and then trying
to specifically install the PyQt5 version I mentioned above
(still same error, no success).
For that one it could be as simple as to install the C++ runtime
In any case, for windows
my advice would be to forget about WinPython or anything
similar use python from python.org with pip to install
packages and eventually installing VS2019 community
edition C++ compiler if you need to compile anything
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