Can I use QtCreator with PyQt5?
I am using PyQt5.3.2. Recently I installed QtCreator 3.3.0 to develop qml applications. But the problem is when I start a QtQuick application project and try to run the application, it gives me this error:
@The Qt version is invalid: Qt version is not properly installed. Please, run make install@
I have checked in this setting: "Tools>Options>Build & Run>Qt versions". There version name is shown to be Qt 5.3.1 in PATH (PyQt5) and qmake's location is C:\Python34\Lib\site-packages\PyQt5\qmake.exe. C:\Python34 is where I installed python, pyqt5 took its installation directory in site-packages folder. I have seen that qmake is there in the location shown. So what is wrong? Why won't the application give such an error? Is it that I can not use QtCreator with pyqt5 and I would need full Qt? If not so how can I run my application. Thanks.
Qt Creator has only minimal support for Python. It is not intended to be used with PyQt.
More info: "link":http://askubuntu.com/questions/264037/how-to-use-qt-creator-with-python.
Then I need to install full Qt SDK, I guess. Am I right?
I do not know. Maybe PyQt recommends some other, Python-oriented IDE to use?
i see this for you (so answer is: yes, you can construct with QTDEsigner a UI and transform with pyuic5.. then use QTCreator possible too... you need to config it for do that):