I'm trying to install PySide. With "pip install PySide", I get the
CMake Warning at c:/Program Files
C:/Qt/4.8.5/bin/qmake.exe reported QT_INSTALL_LIBS as "C:/Qt/4.8.5/lib" but
QtCore could not be found there. Qt is NOT installed correctly for the
target build environment.
...I, however, believe that Qt IS installed correctly. I find QtCore4.lib
in the said directory. I tried to decipher the code found in
FindQt4.cmake, but I don't know the cmake language. "qmake -query
QT_INSTALL_LIBS" does indeed report the directory named above, and it's
full of Qt-licious libraries.
Later on I see...
Qt QTGUI library not found.
Qt QTXML library not found.
Qt QTCORE library not found.
...and the ultimate wammy...
CMake Error at ApiExtractor/CmakeLists.txt:82 (qt4_add_resources): Unknown
CMake command "qt4_add_resources".
So "shiboken" fails to configure. But I'm hoping that the latter errors
are just a symptom of the initial warning above indicating that, oddly,
cmake can't locate my Qt libraries.
I'm at a complete loss. I've wasted an entire day here at work on this one
issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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