You have to invoke it from a command line to see the error. The current version can be obtained from. However, bash spyder will generate the same error as above. More specifically, conda install -c defaults --force-reinstall pyqt qt to make sure you getting things from defaults, although you may need to reinstall other packages too depending on how badly mixed your environment is between defaults and conda-forge alternatively, you could use the -c conda-forge command, but if and only if you only have conda-forge packages installed. Following is the full output. In fact, there's no concrete expectation as to when, or if, anyone might ever start working on it. You will see in the log it complains about missing PyQt5.
A small one which does great things, which I compiled by hand. Highly unlikely, see the discussion in. On the bright side: now I know how to install multiple versions of PyQt in different virtualenvs :- edit: to be clear, you can compile PyQt 5. Here are the first 20 or so lines of the script itself. But on more than one occasion, I've been surprised to learn that doesn't appear to be the case, at least not by default.
If it essential to the program then you need to modify it to accommodate your system. The package sizes for 5. Please, i need your help. But you can not import PyQt5. Besides, WebKit and WebEngine have some minor but annoying incompatibilities. But even that effort, beyond our agreeing it's the best approach, has no timeframe or commitment to execution.
As I just stated in the comment immediately above yours, you should not run the above command unless all the packages in your environment are already installed from conda-forge. Moving Flask app from local environment to Ubuntu 14. I try to update pyqt and relaunch spyder but still won't launch, and i already try to reinstall it. Is it supposed to work? Not the best solution but then you can get the file you are missing. Still, if there's any way we can make it more the case, I'm very much interested in doing that, so that other Ubuntu users won't encounter these same issues. Have a question about this project? Other programs that have been compiled against a different version of Qt may break with the way you've done things.
And my understanding is that it's still available for Ubuntu. The package sizes for 5. Although I think it has some advantages over QtWebEngine, people are going to be caught in the middle if QtWebKit is gone and QtWebEngine isn't yet provided. It also seems old, despite being open. Just run: pip install PyQtWebEngine. Here is the simplified script mainly inspired from this blog:! Hopefully OpenShot will switch to PyQt5. Of course, you can configure things quite flexibly since Spyder-Kernels was introduced in Spyder 3.
If you try, it'll damn well install them for you, or abort with an error if it can't. It may work now, but things are likely to break down the road. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. A friend of mine was able to run it on his mac but due to him breaking it, he wanted me to run it on my computer instead but he can't quite get it to work or remember the steps he used to get it to run on his mac. There is a cpython version but that is as close as it comes. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. But we've also agreed that we'd prefer to replace it with something completely different, rather than making a mostly-lateral but still arduous move to QtWebEngine.
But the module is on the system from python-pyqt5 package. QtWebEngineWidgets' When it is not found, AnyQt falls back to QtWebKit, which was available in older versions of qt. Copyright © 1999 Darren O. In any case, the problem here is the lack of WebKit in Qt5. Please let me know if you need any other information.
Is this the information what you need? Yeah so I tried it, I replaced def cls : os. Very appreciate for your help! QtWebKitWidgets if you have done this command conda update -c conda-forge qt pyqt. If I use the upstream AppImage package, it works. Thanks a lot for the insightful comment! Any reason this isn't a dependency of spyder? You have to have Python installed. Have a question about this project? So in the spirit of maintaining compatibility between conda-forge and defaults, I'd prefer conda-forge to continue using WebKit. I looked at other forums but it didn't solve the problem: If someone could direct me to a solution. Then the application stays in this state, nothing else happening.
Debian bug tracking system administrator. . Have a question about this project? QtWebEngineWidgets is not available, I have no idea. I have the QtWebKit package installed but it does not have this file in it. I don't recall finding any solution, rather asking a question. Have a question about this project? Software may specify dependencies, but it should not constrain where those dependencies come from. This is particularly critical for a built, low-level package like qt.