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Use pyuic5 to transfer .ui to .py, get Error in input file: not well-formed (invalid token): line 1, column 1
Hi everyone, I just start to use pyqt. I tried to use pyuic5 to transfer .ui to .py:
pyuic5 -o mainwindow.py mainwindow.ui
but it got error:
Error in input file: not well-formed (invalid token): line 1, column 1
the head part of the ui file is:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <ui version="4.0"> <class>Form</class> <widget class="QWidget" name="Form"> <property name="geometry"> ...
I have installed pyqt5, pyqt5-tools. I searched online but not find solution yet. Please help me! Thanks in advance!
How did you create that .ui file ?
What was the version of the tool ?
Hi @SGaist, I used designer.exe in pyqt5-tools to create .ui file. The pyqt5 version is 5.13.0, qt5 version is 5.13.0, python version is 3.6.4
JonB last edited by
It seems that error message can occur even if the actual error is late in the file. You could make a change in the Designer to force resave and check again. What about reading the
.uifile into an XML editor to see if that complains about it, with a more specific error?
@JonB Thank you for the reply. I modified the .ui file but it still occurred error. I thought it might because of the designer version problem, so I changed to use Qt creator to generate .ui file, finally it worked. It was weird because my Qt version is also 5.13.0, the same as pyqt5-tools...
Do you have several versions installed ?