My Python QGIS plugin works on Ubuntu (at least for me, and all fatal bugs reported so far are solved), but when I run it on QGIS installed from the official 2.10.1 64-bit installer for Windows (on Windows 7 64-bit), I can't install it due to following error:
This plugin is broken No module named qgsprojectionselectionwidget
Another user reported it this problem as well. but with another error message (I don't know which operation system and architecture does he have, but I'd guess Windows and 64-bit EDIT: I guessed wrong, he has Mac OS X):
This plugin is broken No module named qgsmaplayercombobox
Both refer to widgets in the GUI form, which I built through Qt Designer in Ubuntu. Qt Designer is packed with QGIS installer for Windows as well and claims to contain the same QGIS custom widgets, so the problem shouldn't be in those widgets missing, and QGIS should recognize them - but it doesn't.
So how to fix it? My plugin is still experimental, so I can just add "sorry, doesn't work under Windows" to the metadata, but it's not a real solution.
EDIT: the same behavior confirmed on 32-bit version too.
Now I found a good hint in comment to this answer: use
os.path.join to make the paths cross-platform. This is easy for the few hardcoded paths I have, but the errors seems to suggest the problem is deeper, perhaps even in Qt. How can I handle this problem in my plugin without tweaking anything else?