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  1. import PyQt in Houdini

    Hi, thanks for the reply. I considered doing that but I wasn't sure if it is good - or common - practice. Though it guards you against these surprises so I might give it a go. Actually I think what is set in the windows variables for my python path is under the name "PATH", not "PYTHONPATH" so that might be cause of the problem. I will make sure to check it and let you know. Thanks!
  2. import PyQt in Houdini

    Hi, I looked for but couldn't find an answer to my question, so sorry if this has actually been answered before. I am having a hard time having the PyQt4 library that is installed on my Win7 machine imported into houdini. When I try to run my code that includes an import command of PyQt4, I am getting: ImportError: No module named PyQt4 I already have this path defined in my windows environment variables. One thing I am noticing though is: when I check out the sys.path inside python shell, there doesn't seem to be any of my windows global environment paths listed there. I guess the question I have is: how do I get them to be seen by Houdini? Thanks!
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