[review] Re: [PyKDE] Compiing pyKDE-3.11alpha5 on kde3.2.1
jbublitz at nwinternet.com
Fri Apr 23 20:08:07 BST 2004
On Friday April 23 2004 06:51, Joachim Werner wrote:
> > Trying to compile pyKDE-3.11alpha5 I got this error message:
> > Generating the C++ source for the kdecore module...
> > sip: KPty is undefined
> > Error: Unable to create the C++ code.
> This should go away if you create a symlink from extra/kde320
> to extra/kde321.
That's interesting - I don't see why that would make a difference
to sip, since sip doesn't use h files. The symlink is a good
> Here is how I have got things running on SUSE 9.1 final
> - add the symlink to kde321
> - apply the little patch mentioned here:
>1.html - provide the path to the KDE lib directory (on 64bit
> systems it's /opt/kde3/lib64 instead of /opt/kde3/lib)
The -n switch to configure.py should handle the KDE lib path.
> There was one additional glitch on 64bit: make install used
> the wrong Python path, so I ended up with the PyKDE stuff in
> /usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages instead of
> /usr/lib64/python2.3/site-packages. I am still investigating
> where I can change that.
The -d switch to configure.py should handle the install dir. I
haven't tested either -n or -d.
> I'm going to try to provide unofficial rpm builds on SUSE
> LINUX as time permits, starting from the first non-alpha
> release of PyKDE.
> If anybody has got example code written in PyKDE or (even
> better) a working template that could be integrated into
> KDevelop I'd be happy to get it. Currently we only have a
> (rather simple) Qt project in KDevelop.
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