installing pyqt5 and pyqtdeploy on macos silicon from pypy

Ioan Calin Borcoman iborco at
Tue May 9 16:16:07 BST 2023

Do you have a timeframe for this? Is it going to be upgraded in a couple of
weeks? Months? Is it going to be upgraded till the end of the year? During
next year?

Is there a way to track progress? I was unable to find any public bug
tracking system for RiverBank projects. Do you have such a system in place?

As far I was able to see on RiverBank website:

- there is no way to search existing tickets
- there is no way to track the progress of issue fixing
- there is no way to search mail archives

Am I missing something?

On Tue, May 9, 2023 at 6:08 PM Phil Thompson <phil at>

> On 09/05/2023 15:48, Ioan Calin Borcoman wrote:
> > Qt5 is on its last legs and Qt 5.15 (LTS) support ends on 26 May 2023.
> >
> > Is pyqtdeploy abandonware at this point?
> >
> > Are there any plans to make pyqtdeploy depend on pyqt6 so that it
> > continues
> > to be usable in the future (and also work on M1)?
> Yes - just a question of priorities.
> Phil
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