[PyQt] pip vs apt-get install
scalet at yebu.de
scalet at yebu.de
Mon May 9 14:23:27 BST 2016
Thanks to all of you for your comments.
I will then go with favorizing the pip approach, too
(together with virtualenv, which I did not really use
up to now).
As I am sticking with python3 whenever possible,
I will try to use venv, which is included in python3
already, even if I am not yet sure if this is a
full "replacement" of the traditional virtualenv.
I think there was some issue with only working
"--without-pip" out of the box, which of course is
not so nice, as I would like to do most of it with pip.
Zitat von Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org>:
> * Julien Duponchelle <julien at gns3.net> [2016-05-03 19:25:15 +0000]:
>> On Tue, May 3, 2016 at 4:20 PM <scalet at yebu.de> wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> > sorry for starting a discussion being a little off topic at
>> > the very beginning already.
>> > It is a more generic python question,
>> > but I think PyQt(5) is a good example.
>> > Ubuntu:
>> > Normally when installing new python modules, I go that road:
>> > When I find it in the apt repository (standard) and I do not
>> > have a very urgent reason to have a bleeding edge version)
>> > I will use this. If not, I do a pip3 install. If not even
>> > available for pip ... oke, that's another story.
>> > I feel this way, I get the most stable system.
>> > I would appreciate your comments on the subject!
>> > (Same with MacOSX, here using brew rather than apt-get)
>> > Best,
>> > Karl.
>> You have only wheel for Windows and Mac on pip (it's a limitation of wheel)
> Not anymore: https://github.com/pypa/manylinux
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