[PyQt] Python Plugins not Appearing in Designer
Brent.Villalobos at pdi.dreamworks.com
Sat Oct 25 00:37:54 BST 2008
I'm having issues trying to get the python plugins to appear in Qt
designer. I downloaded and unzipped the Linux PyQt source and they
tried running the plugins.py example but none of the python widgets
showed up. I'm using a Qt and PyQt installation setup by my IT
department. I didn't install anything from the files I downloaded. I
only used that so I would have ready-made python plugins and not have to
create my own to test.
I then tried doing the steps manually. Here is what I did:
% cd /home/lobos/work/misc/PyQt-x11-gpl-4.4.3/examples/designer/plugins
% setenv PYQTDESIGNERPATH
% setenv PYTHONPATH
There are a few things that might be causing this, but I wanted to get
some of your thoughts before pursuing them further (since I don't have
permissions to change our Qt or PyQt installation I didn't want to
bother another department without specific questions and requests). Are
there files I need to look for to verify that the python plugins will
work? It looks like we are running a 64-bit installation of designer.
Any potential issues there? The examples I loaded were for PyQt
v4.4.3. Our Qt installation is v4.4.1 and our PyQt installation is
v4.4.3. Any potential problems there?
I would appreciate any assistance on how I can go about debugging this.
Let me know if you need any other information. Thanks.
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