Obviously I need to set PYTHONPATH and PYQTDESIGNERPATH so that QtDesigner will scan the correct python directory for the plugins and then know where to find the Python Code to render the wigdets.
Given that I'm *not* the admin for the Window Server I was hoping to use the OS Command toolbox in WingIDE to pass the environment variable to QtDesigner on start up rather than amend the environment variables on the server myself.
I'm using the Anaconda distribution and PyQt4 and Python3.4
Chris O'Halloran via wingide-users wrote:
> Is what I'm attempting in/with WingIDE feasible?
> Is the way I've defined the Enviroment Variable in the correct syntax
> for a Windows environment?
> Or is is likely QtDesigner has been compiled such that is doesn't
> recognise the python plugins? How can I know?
I'm pretty sure it should work to set PYQTDESIGNERPATH like this, given
the docs, but I've not tried it myself.
However, you've got the syntax wrong. You should just do NAME=VALUE on
each line, without the surrounding ""s that you had in your screenshot.
Does it work if you change that?
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