PyQt5 installation with QScintilla2 using pip¶
PyQt5 installation is very easy and cross-platform. Just use pip as stated below.
pip install pyqt5 pip install qscintilla
Installing PyQt5 on Mac OS with brew [DEPRECATED]¶
PyQt5 and QScintilla2 can now be installed via PIP which is much easier.
- Uninstall Qt4 (optional)
brew uninstall pyqt brew uninstall qt brew uninstall sip brew uninstall qscintilla2 # optional brew uninstall opencv3 # optional brew untap cartr/qt4 # if installed
- Install Qt5, QScintilla2 and OpenCV3
# install pyqt5 brew install pyqt5 --with-python # install qscintilla2 with qt5 support brew install qscintilla2 --with-plugin --with-python
PyQt4 Installation with QScintilla [DEPRECATED]¶
On Mac OS¶
Homebrew no longer officially supports Qt4. Everything by default uses Qt5. This is an alternative method to install Qt4 with QScintilla.
You should remove any version of Qt5 and PyQt5 installed via Homebrew.
Upgrading QScintilla may overwrite Qt4 installation.
- Install Qt4
brew tap cartr/qt4 brew install cartr/qt4/qt
- Install PyQt using an old Homebrew formula
brew install pyqt.rb --with-python3
This file is an old version of Homebrew for PyQt4. You can update some details if you want in order to adequate to your system (e.g. Mac OS version, pyqt version).
- Install QScintilla using an old Homebrew formula
brew install qscintilla2.rb --with-python3
This file is an old version of Homebrew for PyQt4. You can update some details if you want in order to adequate to your system (e.g. Mac OS version, qscintilla version).