I have tried uninstalling and re-downloading a fresh application and restarted of course. I have the dll's in the folders described and it does not work! But when I write conda remove qt it asks me to remove Qt 5. I got this after my first ever install of 4. It's the best I've used so far, although I haven't really used Visual Studio yet. Removing the plugin from the directory correctly removes it from plugins found. However each of these are available directly within the PyQt5 Python package directory. However, none of these answers solved my problem.
You shouldn't need to copy anything. So having the install directory solved this issue, but raised another, it is trying to find my QtQml dll in my downloads which doesn't exist. I traced a debug build, and it sees the platform plugin, but it seems that LoadLibrary is failing when trying to load it. This may mean module BinDeps does not support precompilation but is imported by a module that does. Like I said before, don't mix.
Good luck and I'll try and have a look here again in the morning! The windows platform option or any option for that matter doesn't show up at all. My windows is in portuguese and the path to my user includes non ascii characters but I don't have admin powers in the windows environment to change it. By the way: The accepted answer within the provided link on top does not solve the problem! My current opinion is that the safest thing to do is to advise people who want to do this not to use Python2, but I'd like to get a better understanding of how much stuff is broken first. Oh shit, sorry I've just head to bed over here. Click on the environment variables button at the bottom 6.
Up until Anaconda3 which contains Python 3. Hello, sorry for the late joining in the discussion. X then remove them assuming you want to work in Qt v5 : conda remove qt conda remove pyqt I have multiple versions of Qt on my system. Because of that, Qt is looking in the wrong location for qt. I had the same problem with Anaconda3 4.
Folder structure looks like this: release + gui. This will bring you to a similar, yet a little different page. Also another helpful tip, Qt comes with platform console applications that will add all dependencies including ones like qwindows. I started a debug session and got the error message stated above. Hi people, I have the same problem.
How is one supposed to figure this out? I found the solution on the qt forums. I just tried what PaulSonderlind said. It will not show up in Dependency Walker. I use PyCharm, running as administrator. It seems to me that it uses Qt for its graphics.
Note that I'm using msvc2013 in this example, so replace that with what you are using. You can print the current executable like this. So I tried conda install qt and it worked. The behaviour is that Qt looks for qt. Given what I said above, what paths should be in the qt. Then move any offending paths e.
I'm really desperate at this point. Set it to parent directory where your all codes are present. Currently, there seems to be no way to tell Qt to look in a different location for qt. It won't stop your program from running. Also have a look at the wiki here, there's a page on updating this repo which includes a section about bundling.