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Python 3.5 and PyQt5

Updating my Virtual Environment for R&D

Continuing my article on bootstrapping a Combined Virtual Environment for R&D for Python & Node.js in Linux userspace, I explain the relevant differences I encountered while building my latest environment. CPython 3.4 is replaced by CPython 3.5. PyQt4 is substituted by PyQt5, which significantly simplifies building this environment. As before, the process is based on of both the 32 bit and 64 bit editions of openSUSE 13.1 Linux. This article aims at an audience with advanced skills who is familiar with Linux and command line usage.

In: Data Analysis, Software Development, Python, Python 3, Node.js, virtualenv, nodeenv, PyQt, PyQt5, JavaScript, Linux

[This blog post has yet to be translated into English.]

Sebastian M. Ernst