Qt 5.11 MSVC2017 32-bit

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14 Sep, 2018 12:39 PM

Would it be possible to get Qt 5.11 MSVC2017 32-bit installed? Generally I'm trying to maintain coverage of pyqt5-tools wheels but specifically I am stuck on Windows with a 32-bit Java library I'm also using.

Since I last asked for Python 3.5.6 which doesn't exist... :[ I double checked on the Qt downloads site and only see a 32-bit installer for Windows. I guess you are building your own copies?


  1. 1 Posted by altendky on 14 Sep, 2018 12:42 PM

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    Looks like they are targeting 64-bit support on Windows sometime next year, but until then... I'd like to be able to use Python 3.7 (which is what drives the MSVC2017 part of the requirement).

  2. 2 Posted by altendky on 14 Sep, 2018 03:10 PM

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    Ok, I see how you get to 32/64 msvc2015 but only 64 for msvc2017. :[ That's from the online installer.

    I presume I won't be able to build what I want within the hour limit per job, nor would that be kind to the service even if it did fit in the hour. My local install is 3.8gb which would require the premium $100/month fee which I won't be paying for this open source project. :] I guess other than you being willing to build msvc2017-32 for me I'll go and build it myself and make an installer available for download somewhere and download/install each time (and hope that doesn't take too long).

    Let me know where you stand on this, thanks for the consideration.

  3. 3 Posted by altendky on 14 Sep, 2018 05:16 PM

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    Hmm... so apparently 2017/2015 are binary compatible so I can do my build for Python 3.7 (built with msvc2017) with msvc2015 instead and it still seems to work. I'd still be interested in an msvc2017 Qt 5.11 to avoid playing games, but if I don't get it I won't be stuck.


  4. Feodor Fitsner closed this discussion on 02 Oct, 2018 05:33 PM.

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