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eric5

   5.4.5  

Qt Development Environment

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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  860
Submitted:  Jun 12 2010
Updated:  Jun 28 2014

Description:

Eric5 is a Python IDE written using PyQt4 and QScintilla2. It has integrated project management capabilities, it gives you an unlimited number of editors, an integrated Python shell, an integrated debugger, integrated interfaces to Mercurial and Subversion, integrated unittest and much more. It is extensible via an integrated plug-in system.

Eric5 is the Python 3 variant of the well known eric4 development environment.




Changelog:

Version 5.4.5
This is a bug fix release.

Version 5.4.4
This is a bug fix release incorporating Python 3.4 compatibility.

Version 5.4.3
This is a bug fix release.

Version 5.4.2
This is a bug fix release.

Version 5.4.1
This is a bug fix release.

Version 5.4.0
Release 5.4.0 of eric includes all the bug fixes of eric 5.3.x and
many new and enhanced functions. Please see the web site for details.




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 which os does it work on?

 
 by cactuswzh on: Jun 1 2014
 
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Hi,
Would like to know does it work on windows or does it work on Linux only? I don't have Linux os for now so need to make it work on windows, any suggestions? Thank you very much!


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 Re: which os does it work on?

 
 by detlev on: Jun 1 2014
 
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eric works on Linux, Windows (7 up to 8.1) and Mac OS X. For Windows it is recommended to get the PyQt4 installer. eric5 can be used with Qt4 and Qt5.


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 do I have to install SIP seperately?

 
 by cactuswzh on: Jun 19 2014
 
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Hi,
Do I have to install SIP separately if I want to install and use eric 5? 'Cause the problem I'm facing is, I downloaded below QT version:
Qt 5.3.0 for Windows 64-bit (VS 2013, OpenGL, 636 MB) (Info)

And installed Microsoft visual C++ 2013, because that's the compiler which is supposed to match qt 5.3.0 image,

but it looks like SIP from river bank computing doesn't support win64 system install so I can't install SIP on my win7 system. Any idea how we can solve this problem? I really want to use Eric so really want to find a solution.. Thank you very much! Below is the error message I got when I was trying to install sip:

C:\software\sip-4.16.1\sip-4.16.1>python configure.py -platform win64-msvc2013
This is SIP 4.16.1 for Python 3.4.1 on win32.
Error: Unsupported macro name specified. Use the --show-build-macros flag to
see a list of supported macros.


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 Re: do I have to install SIP seperately?

 
 by detlev on: Jun 19 2014
 
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The easiest way to use PyQt is to install it via the installer provided by Riverbank. If you want to compile it yourself and are facing issues please search help via the PyQt mailing list.


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