Scripts to easily build PyQt for Maya
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Maya-PyQt-Scripts

Scripts to easily build PyQt for Maya

Maya 2018

Maya 2018 includes most of the tools we need to build PyQt without the need of compiling Qt source & tools - so there is no need to rebuild Qt for Maya 2018

Maya 2017

Maya 2017 includes most of the tools we need to build PyQt without the need of compiling Qt source & tools - so there is no need to rebuild Qt for Maya 2017

You can find more explanations about building PyQt and instructions about using these scripts on the blog at:

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2017/06/how-to-build-pyqt5-for-autodesk-maya-2017-64bit.html

Maya 2016.5

Maya 2016.5 includes most of the tools we need to build PyQt without the need of compiling Qt source & tools - so there is no need to rebuild Qt for Maya 2016.5

You can find more explanations about building PyQt and instructions about using these scripts on the blog at:

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2016/10/building-sip-and-pyqt-for-maya-20165.html

Maya 2016

Maya 2016 includes most of the tools we need to build PyQt without the need of compiling Qt source & tools - so there is no need to rebuild Qt for Maya 2016.

You can find more explanations about building PyQt and instructions about using these scripts on the blog at:

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2015/05/building-sip-and-pyqt-for-maya-2016.html

Maya 2015

Maya 2015 includes most of the tools we need to build PyQt without the need of compiling Qt source & tools - so there is no need to rebuild Qt for Maya 2015.

You can find more explanations about building PyQt and instructions about using these scripts on the blog at:

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2014/04/building-sip-and-pyqt-for-maya-2015.html

Maya 2014

You can find the scripts used for building Qt, PyQt, here.

Maya 2014 is shipping with PySide, therefore there is no more need to build PySide.

libxml, openSSL, OpenAL, python2.7, qt-4.8.2-64, and tbb are also coming by default in the Maya include and lib folder, so unless you have a very specific need, you would not need to rebuild any of those libraries like before.

You can find more explanations about building PyQt and PySide and instructions about using these scripts on the blog at:

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2013/04/building-sip-and-pyqt-for-maya-2014.html

Maya 2013-5

You can find the scripts used for building Qt, PyQt and PySide for Maya 2013.5, here. The windows scripts get updated for Maya 2013-5. They are similar to the Maya 2013 procedures and instructions, but you do not need to rebuild openssl this time.

Maya 2013

You can find the scripts used for building Qt, PyQt and PySide for Maya 2013, here. You can find more explanations about building PyQt and PySide and instructions about using these scripts on the blog at:

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2012/10/building-qt-pyqt-pyside-for-maya-2013.html

and

http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/adn/2012/10/building-qt-pyqt-pyside-for-maya-2013-part-2.html




License

This sample is licensed under the terms of the MIT License. Please see the LICENSE file for full details.

Written by

Cyrille Fauvel (Autodesk Developer Network)
http://www.autodesk.com/adn
http://around-the-corner.typepad.com/