Fix for pyqtdeploy-build bug on windows when folder and module have same name

Phil Thompson phil at
Wed Oct 14 22:56:40 BST 2020

On 14/10/2020 17:29, Patrick Stinson wrote:
> Turns out PyErr_Print() (i.e. in pyqtdeploy_start.cpp) doesn’t print
> anything to console for windows. This means you don’t get any python
> exceptions from the app, which is a problem. Perhaps this is because I
> am using the release build from the pyqtdeploy-built sysroot. This led
> to the long debugging process described in my previous email, then
> once I had fixed that problem moving on to other exceptions in my app
> (e.g. Qt/PyQt not having ssl support). I think python exceptions
> should be printed by default, especially since this can be time
> consuming for a pyqtdeploy exe.

Did you check the "Use console" box in the "Application Source" tab of 
the GUI?


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