To unsubscribe from this topic, visit. Hi everyone, I wrote a script using spyder and used a few of the libraries Anaconda comes with. I just ran into this when using libpython embedded in another program for the package that lets us call Python from the Julia language. By the way: The accepted answer within the provided link on top does not solve the problem! I followed your steps completely as described above. The long-paths bug was not the issue I was using 4. I found the solution on the qt forums. I can see many discussion on this point but I cannot find a conclusive solution for me.
I am using Anaconda for Python 2. I'm really desperate at this point. It's the best I've used so far, although I haven't really used Visual Studio yet. Hi , , , and , would it be possible for you to try: It has fixes for both the accented character and also for install locations longer than 30 characters. After a little debugging I found that one enviroment variable was not set correctly.
It still crashes when not running from Qt, however. These kinds of path issues are really frustrating. Hi, Is there a way to create the. This key does not exist in there. And I tried add the ipython magic %matplotlib inline into the code, the anaconda ipython works correctly now. 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. So I tried conda install qt and it worked.
Hello Patricia, I request you to refer the following article: Reinstalling Windows 10 after upgrade Disclaimer: Using Third Party Software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from booting properly. It just don't run on any 64bit windows machine. Check the packages installed and their versions in your environment if for some reason you're not working in a virtual environment, you can skip the first line : source activate yourenvname conda list If you see pyqt and qt both with version 4. This may mean module BinDeps does not support precompilation but is imported by a module that does. But on this machine, even doing the test in the original post on this thread didn't work, much less through pyinstaller. Thanks in advance for any help.
I am starting to think this is a valid solution. Aborted But if I try with the system python, i. So maybe an extra step of running it again? Removing the miktex bin directory from the path fixed it, but now latex won't compile with texstudio. I need to see where it tries to load qwindows. I have tried uninstalling and re-downloading a fresh application and restarted of course.
Okay, I am using PyCharm, but I am using Python27's python. Using Third Party Software is at your own risk. Okay, some more info: I think it may use the location of sys. Resulting geometry: 124x23+480+190 frame: 8, 31, 8, 8, custom margin: 0, 0, 0, 0, minimum size: 0x0, maximum size: 16777215x16777215. Edit: Some people started to mark my question as a duplicate. Click on the environment variables button at the bottom 6. 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.
Once it finished, I can no longer launch a MatPlotLib script. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of Third Party Software can be solved. . Also, is it a problem to have both the qt. I also tried running the Anaconda installer executable as Administrator right-click, Run as Admin, etc.
Others with this problem may wish to search their systems for other instances of Qt e. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Also, do the slashes need to be Windows-style backslashes? I found this solution through a pile of web searches and it was buried deep. You need to get it to work in Qt Creator first. Answer 'Y' to accept the install and after a few minutes, it completed without error. So, I don't think the problem is the fault of Conda or Python. The windows platform option or any option for that matter doesn't show up at all. Any ideas how to resolve this? First the error showed no available platforms.
Thank you, I think I understand: because Qt Creator is created using Qt library, ofcourse the dll's inside it's folders are for itself! Oh shit, sorry I've just head to bed over here. Yes, i used the search: However, in my case the problem still persists. I would be happy to give you detailed instructions if you want. Programs compiled with that version doesn't run on 64 bit Windows. I have been trying to tackle this same issue all day.