This is a blender startup script that allows for creating PySide2 based QtWidgets from within blender.
Due to the release of
Blender 2.83 LTS, the minimum Blender version required for bqt is
This is based on the updated python support that is now packaged with the base install.
bqt is currently in development for Windows and Darwin (MacOS), however our primary focus and main stream of support is within the Windows environment.
The installation of bqt with automatic setup for Blender requires the usage of the integrated python
interpreter found within
python.exe -m pip insteall bqt
Installing from Source
If you are installing from a clone of the repository you can easily install by navigating to bqt's root folder and running:
python setup.py install
To verify installation was successful, launch Blender and in the python console enter the following:
from bqt import hello_world hello_world.demo()
If you would like to contribute to bqt, please create a pull request and we will review the changes