Would some global shim help the transition to Qt5 and PySide2 for module developers?

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Re: Would some global shim help the transition to Qt5 and PySide2 for module developers?

Postby f3nix » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:12 pm

yorik wrote:H f3nix,
thanks for the help offer! I am on debian with qt5.7.


Hello. No problem.
Building PySide2 against Qt > 5.6.2 is not supported at the moment. I'm using self-built 5.6.2 on debian unstable. This should work without problems for you.

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Re: Would some global shim help the transition to Qt5 and PySide2 for module developers?

Postby yorik » Wed Mar 08, 2017 4:19 pm

f3nix wrote:Building PySide2 against Qt > 5.6.2 is not supported at the moment

Ah that explains it all :) Thanks!
I'll wait a little bit to see if that changes, otherwise I'll compile an earlier version here.