Did you install everything from the binaries? I have the following established in. I dont understand why manual says I just have to download source and then in directory type cmake and it should be made. This member defaults to creating an entry for each of the sub-targets. Because blurdev is designed as a sort of umbrella package for other packages and libraries, it has modules and libraries for many different things. So I re-wrote it last year and now she's happy again.
It seemed like the linking system is somehow broken, it kept trying to use qt4 which doesn't have qmake under its folder. At this point, the Makefile is created as usual, and the libraries are linked explicitly against the application. Somewhere on this forum there are instructions on how to do this. You'll also need to provide the path to the main Python library with the option -python-lib. I can't find the link at the moment. For example, if your Qt installation is 32 bits, and your Python installation is 32 bits and 64 bits then you will need to specify --use-arch i386 to ensure that pyuic4 runs the 32 bit version of Python. For example, when statically linking a library, no other libraries are linked to, and therefore no dependencies to those libraries are created.
For example, the following line tells qmake to execute a series of commands for this install set: unix:documentation. But this is my personal problem and not a topic in here : Hope that the picture was the right thing what you want. I feel like there should be a simple way of doing this, but my googlefu is failing so I'd really appreciate some info on how to switch or even permanently change which version of Qt is used when doing qmake. Click on check boxes to select items to print. First thing: maybe qdbus was a bad example. To install in Linux, unpack the archive and run in the command line: qmake make make install as root or superuser To install in Windows 32 bit, there is an installer. I finally managed to build it! Here are the steps of how to choose the default Qt version for qmake on example of my system Ubuntu 17.
She would say she felt lost at every move. Some Linux distributions configure their Qt builds to make this check unreliable. At the present time, to get Qt 4. How do I use this without. This is useful when porting PyQt4 applications to PyQt5. This is often less than ideal when you really need to run special platform-dependent commands.
For example in a 64-bit Ubuntu installation, for using the Python 2. Unless you want to compile softwares based on the old Qt 3, replacing qmake by qmake-qt4 has no side effects. Currently, the target and dlltarget install sets are supported. Normally you shouldn't need to specify a mode, as makefile generation is the default mode for qmake, but you may use this to test qmake on an existing project. It is only defined to echo some text to the console. Also, if you want to build with a specific major version, qmake is usually just symlinked to a binary for the default major version. Good luck and lots of fun checking out Qt! Also see man qtchooser and the qtX-default packages on Debian based systems.
If you post the compile errors I may be able to give you some more pointers. The option may be specified any number of times. The option may be specified any number of times. I don 't understand why the manual says I just have to download source and then in directory type cmake and it should be made. However there is a problem that the code u write in Qt does not get built and compiled from the normal build and run button of Qt.
This can be achieved with specific instructions to the different qmake backends. You need to change the setup. Download that and run it. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. This option is ignored and the stub files are not installed for versions of Python earlier than v3. Here is an example for my system Ubuntu 17.
If you want to build it yourself - I suggest Linux users do that - get Qt4, call qmake and make. These latter features may be used to override decisions made by apt-get's conflict resolution system. I don't know though how you would do it on Vista or Win7. Feel free to extend this page with more details. This option can be used to specify a particular instance of qmake to use. What I do as a workaround is to install qt4 at first then install qt5, to revert back to qt4 just remove qt5-default, it will use qt4.
Note: as you can see there is two backslaches and I don't known why. This is useful when porting PyQt4 applications to PyQt5. Let's say upstream decided to not rename Qt's underlying tools with the 4 to 5 change. On Windows this requires that a debug version of Python is installed. Maybe you had deeper problems installing than you thought. This results in significantly reduced compilation times. This option is not available on Windows.
All packages required by the package s specified for installation will also be retrieved and installed. If you are using the commercial version of PyQt4 then you must copy your license file to the sip directory, or to the directory specified by the option of configure-ng. When installing this library, by specifying it as a target in an declaration, qmake will automatically copy the. You will be able to see an empty window created by Qt library as the final result. I have a software in ubuntu that requires me to run qmake to generate the Makefile. It can be overridden by the option.