Pymakr on Debian unstable/testing mix
The files for generating the Debian packaging aren't in the source repo, so debugging this is a tad difficult.
It appears that the .deb package tries to install without pulling in its prerequisites. My attempt at guessing them so far has failed. I'm stuck with QLabel not being imported. The dump is appended with whatever random reformatting.
I need this to install firmware and evaluate the LoPy for our BLE uses later this week. (And I would hugely prefer email or newsgroup access (NNTP). Yes, I'm an old fuddy duddy. Juggling email when disconnected is much easier.)
An unhandled exception occurred. Please report the problem
using the error reporting dialog or via email to email@example.com.
A log has been written to "/home/ejr/.pymakr/pymakr_error.log".
cannot import name QLabel
File "/usr/share/pymakr/modules/pymakr.py", line 368, in <module>
File "/usr/share/pymakr/modules/pymakr.py", line 288, in main
from UI.SplashScreen import SplashScreen, NoneSplashScreen
File "/usr/share/pymakr/modules/UI/SplashScreen.py", line 16, in <module>
from PyQt5.QtGui import QPixmap, QColor, QLabel
2.7.13rc1 (default, Dec 4 2016, 14:12:39)
[GCC 6.2.1 20161124]
PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux stretch/sid"
apt-get install python-qt4
Pymakr is not yet compatible with PyQt5. A fix for this will be included in the next release, which is planned for the start of next week.
I'll talk to some colleagues and will try to get some code published that will allow you to build the packages yourself.