qinhong_lai | 2020-05-28 06:06:06 UTC | #1
Thank you. You have successfully solved this problem and obtained the file path and name. Now I have another problem
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QApplication, QWidget, QLabel, QVBoxLayout from PyQt5.QtGui import * import sys class Window(QWidget): def __init__(self): super().__init__() layout = QVBoxLayout() for arg in sys.argv: # <1> sys.argv is a list of strings. l = QLabel(arg) layout.addWidget(l) self.setWindowIcon(QIcon('resource/logo.ico')) self.setLayout(layout) self.setWindowTitle("Arguments") app = QApplication(sys.argv) w = Window() w.show() app.exec_()
I want to add a program icon self.setWindowIcon(QIcon('resource/logo.ico')) It can be displayed normally
But I use pyinstaller to package and generate exe pyinstaller -w test20.py
When the .MP4 video file on the desktop of the computer is opened through test20.exe, it will not be normal displayed. That's why I can only copy one picture to the desktop,This is not the way to do it
martin | 2020-05-28 08:24:13 UTC | #2
Ah, that's interesting -- you when you run it as a packaged app, the exe file is the first argument? That's kind of helpful. In that case you can just use
sys.argv or get the last argument in the list, e.g.
mp4_filename = sys.argv[-1]
That’s why I can only copy one picture to the desktop,This is not the way to do it
I'm not sure what you mean here?
Are you having problems setting the icon for the executable? In the PyInstaller tutorial https://www.pythonguis.com/courses/packaging-and-distribution/packaging-pyqt5-pyside2-applications-windows-pyinstaller/ it explains the problem -- add the following to the top of your file.
from PyQt5.QtWinExtras import QtWin myappid = 'com.qinhong.something' QtWin.setCurrentProcessExplicitAppUserModelID(myappid)
and the icon should work as expected.
That tutorial also explains how to bundle the icons with your app.
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