[PySide] Important: 5.15.0 wheels (Windows 64bit) replaced
Cristian.Maureira-Fredes at qt.io
Wed Jun 24 09:22:34 CEST 2020
Thank you very much Christoph
to help us identify a last missing file
in the wheels.
A new set of Windows 64bit wheels has been uploaded now,
that solve the problem you raised.
Even if the name of the wheel has a '_2',
it will still be picked up when you write:
pip install pyside2==5.15.0
We encourage everyone to give it a try ;)
On 6/15/20 5:10 PM, Cristián Maureira-Fredes wrote:
> Hey Christoph,
> Can you share more information on the bug report?
> Did you uninstall shiboken2 too when doing the re-install?
> On 6/15/20 4:55 PM, icfwm at gmx.net wrote:
>> Hi Cristian,
>> I fear this is still not working for me. I just installed 5.15.0 into a
>> fresh virtual environment (it used
>> PySide2-5.15.0-5.15.0_1_cp35.cp36.cp37.cp38-none-win64.whl and the
>> corresponding shiboken2 package). Afterwards I got "ImportError: DLL
>> load failed: Das angegebene Modul wurde nicht gefunden" when importing
>> the QtCore module. Doing the same thing with PySide2-188.8.131.52 works as
>> Best Regards
>> On 15.06.20 10:51, Cristián Maureira-Fredes wrote:
>>> Hello everyone!,
>>> We just updated the Windows (64bit) wheels on PyPi
>>> due to a packaging problem.
>>> Some users started to report a problem when trying
>>>> import PySide2
>>> That looked like this:
>>>> PySide2/__init__.py: Unable to import shiboken2 from [snip]
>>>> from .shiboken2 import *
>>>> ImportError: DLL load failed while importing shiboken2: The
>>> specified > module could not be found.
>>> It took us some time to check this,
>>> because not everyone could reproduce, until finally
>>> we figure out that it was due to a problematic DLL.
>>> The issue is that the Qt CI was updated for 5.15.0
>>> and we started to use MSVC 2019, hence we shipped
>>> those DDLs (like vcruntime140.dll).
>>> You can find the fixes for the situation in the following
>>> Why it worked for some people?
>>> Because having a 'newer' version of MSVC installed in your system
>>> provided the missing DLL, so people with 2019 compatible
>>> redistributable binaries, didn't see the issue.
>>> Since this problem was affecting only Windows,
>>> we decided to update only those wheels, that now contain a "_1"
>>> in the name, so people will be able to install 5.15.0
>>> and get the updated version.
>>> If you already have 5.15.0 installed,
>>> you will need to reinstall:
>>>> pip uninstall PySide2 # will uninstall 5.15.0
>>>> pip install PySide2 # will install 5.15.0_1
>>> Thanks to all the people that helped us to figure out
>>> the problem, and we invite you to join the different
>>> platforms we have to be in touch with the community:
>>> Have a nice week!
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