[PyQt] Can't use static PyQ5 build during development on Mac OS X
angryjaga at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 01:54:01 GMT 2015
I don't think static has anything to do with it. This is an issue with
inconsistent PyCharm skeleton generation.
See https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-14103 and
I use PyQt4 and PyQt5 on Mac/Linux/Windows with PyCharm and with some
configurations I get this same annoying issue, but not always.
As stated in the link above you should be able to copy the generated
skeletons from another setup to get code completion working for now.
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 1:07 AM, Marius Shekow <
marius.shekow at fit.fraunhofer.de> wrote:
> my goal is to distribute a redistributable application on Mac OS X, not
> making any assumptions about what Python, Qt, PyQt, ... the user has
> installed. I.e. my goal is to produce a self-contained build.
> For this I want to use the existing/unmodified (dynamically linked) Python
> 3.4 and Qt 5.5.1 distributions (because building them myself is hard), and
> statically compile the other dependencies, such as SIP, PyQt, sqlite3, etc.
> I'm using Mac OS X El Capitan. I've downloaded Python 3.4.3 from the
> official website and installed it. I've downloaded SIP from the RiverSide
> homepage and compiled it statically (with python3 configure.py --static +
> make + sudo make install). I.e. I'm using the python3 binary (for
> configuration) that is installed from the official Python 3.4.3 installer.
> I've downloaded and installed Qt 5.5.1 from the official Qt homepage (the
> 32/64-bit Intel distribution). This installs it to ~/Qt5.5.1
> I've then downloaded the PyQt5 sources and also built them statically
> (python3 configure.py --static --qmake ~/Qt5.5.1/5.5/clang_64/bin/qmake)
> I've also done "sudo make install".
> The issue is that I can't really develop Python code this way. My IDE
> (PyCharm) claims that there is nothing in the PyQt5 package in
> site-packages. The directory is there, in
> It contains an __init__.py, a bunch of .a library files and the uic
> directory with lots of other stuff". But references such as PyQt5.WtWidgets
> can't be resolved.
> I'd really like to be able to code in Python on MacOS X with that static
> version. Is that possible?
> Best regards,
> Marius Shekow
> Marius Shekow
> Mixed and Augmented Reality Solutions, Fraunhofer FIT
> Tel.: +49 (0)2241 - 14-2184
> PyQt mailing list PyQt at riverbankcomputing.com
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