[PyQt] Building PyQt.

Detlev Offenbach detlev at die-offenbachs.de
Sat Jul 7 12:03:44 BST 2012


a much easier way to get PyQt4 running on Windows is to use the PyQt4 
installer. With that you should be able to get eric installed within a couple 
of minutes. Please note, that eric5 needs Python3. If you want a Python2 setup 
please install eric4.


On Thursday 05 July 2012, 14:13:59 Frank Drown wrote:
> In an effort to install Eric IDE v5 on a 64 bit Windows 7 platform, I've
> installed Python 2.7.3 64bit, Qt 4.8.1, QScintilla 2.6.2, SIP 4.13.3. Now I
> am installing PyQt 4.9.4.
> I ran 'Python configure.py' without any apparent issues.
> When I tried to build PyQt by running 'nmake install', I get a low memory
> message and after a while, the build goes into an endless loop displaying
> the following message: NMAKE U1077: '"<path to nmake>\nmake.exe"': return
> code '0x2'
> What do I need to do to finish building PyQt?
Detlev Offenbach
detlev at die-offenbachs.de
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