[PyQt] pyqtdeploy/nmake cannot find 'rcc.exe'
kulakov.ilya at gmail.com
Sat Dec 27 14:08:37 GMT 2014
You must ensure that Qt binaries are in PATH, i.e. reachable just by name.
> On 27 дек. 2014 г., at 19:47, Timothy W. Grove <tim_grove at sil.org> wrote:
> On 27/12/2014 12:09, Phil Thompson wrote:
>> On 27/12/2014 4:00 am, Timothy W. Grove wrote:
>>> Trying to deploy a python 3.4, PyQt5 application on Windows 7 using
>>> pyqtdeploy. Code generation and qmake both appear to succeed, but
>>> nmake cannot find 'rcc.exe' and fails with the details below. Looking
>>> through my directories, 'PyQt5' doesn't have a 'bin' subdirectory, and
>>> 'rcc.exe' doesn't appear to exist anywhere else on my machine. Any
>>> suggestions? Thanks!
>> rcc is part of Qt, not PyQt.
> I did eventually find 'rcc.exe' within the Qt directories. That has led to other errors which I won't bother the list with at this point ...
>> If you are using the standard PyQt Windows installer, it is not designed to be the basis of a pyqtdeploy deployment.
> So, what do I require? The PyQt5 source code?
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