> On Jan 13, 2018, at 7:16 PM, Dan Weatherill <dan.weather...@cantab.net> wrote:
> Dear all,
> apologies first for the (unrelated to 5.0 stable) spam.
> I have been working for a while on a back-annotation tool for kicad. It is
> finally in a shape where I feel it's worth letting others look at it and
> getting some feedback. You can find it here:
> Any issues or comments very welcome!
> I hope to work on getting something like this into kicad itself in the longer
I am trying to get this to work on a macOS High Sierra machine.
I’ve installed Python3, because PyQt5 and its dependency SIP both require it.
When I go to install your module, using either
$ pip install.
$ python setup.py install
I get an error:
I installed SIP and PyQt5 using
pip3 install PyQt5
and it seemed be happy.
I imagine that this has to do with your code being python2 and PyQt5 being
My python-fu is quite limited … any help is appreciated.
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