Any tips or examples of building wheels dependent on PyQt5/Qt?
jeremy at jeremysanders.net
Fri Dec 11 12:18:02 GMT 2020
Thanks for the link. I found that before but wasn't able to get it
building against Qt. If anyone knows of an example, please let me know.
On 11/12/2020 13:13, Grzegorz Bokota wrote:
> You may try use this tool for setup python on all systems:
> But I have no experience with building against Qt.
> Please remember to use manylinux2014 images if you would like to build
> against newer version of Qt.
> Grzegorz Bokota
> pt., 11 gru 2020 o 12:42 Jeremy Sanders <jeremy at jeremysanders.net
> <mailto:jeremy at jeremysanders.net>> napisał(a):
> Dear all
> Does anyone here have some recipe or tips for making wheels for a
> PyQt5-dependent package that builds against Qt (using sip)? It
> seems a
> very difficult process.
> Ideally I'd like to make wheels for Veusz on Linux, Windows and
> It does build with sip5, but only in backward-compatibility mode.
> I was trying to use github actions to do this, but it seems
> difficult to
> make a working setup, particularly using multilinux and the different
> python versions. I came across aqtinstall which at least helps solves
> installing the Qt development things.
> Thanks in advance
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