Qt.py on conda-forge

Qt.py is now available on conda-forge! # Enable conda-forge conda config --add channels conda-forge # Create environment with Python 3.6, PySide2 and Qt.py conda create --mkdir --prefix ~/condaenvs/myenv python=3.6 pyside2 qt.py # Run Python ~/condaenvs/myenv/bin/python --version # Run pip ~/condaenvs/myenv/bin/pip --version

August 29, 2017 · 1 min

PySide2 easy install!

Yesterday, @jschueller added pyside2-feedstock to conda-forge. This means we can now finally install PySide2 easily in Python 2.7, 3.5 and 3.6 on Windows, Linux and macOS using conda. # Enable conda-forge conda config --add channels conda-forge # Install PySide2 conda install pyside2 And. It. Frickin’. Just. Works. Update 2018-03-09: The Qt Company now offers official and standalone wheels, read more here: 2018-03-09-official-pyside2-wheels Update 2018-07-17: PySide2 can now be installed from pypi....

August 28, 2017 · 2 min

An alternative to building PySide2 from source

I’ve received questions lately on the issues that people are having while attempting to build PySide2 on Windows, macOS and Linux. Instead of building PySide2, there’s actually a workaround which works just as well for some people… Update 2017-08-28: PySide2 can now be installed with conda: conda config --add channels conda-forge conda install pyside2 Update 2018-03-09: The Qt Company now offers official and standalone wheels, read more here: 2018-03-09-official-pyside2-wheels. A formal request to provide official PySide2 wheels Before we start, make sure to cast a friendly vote here to have The Qt Company (QtC) prioritize the development of official PySide2 wheels....

June 30, 2017 · 5 min