[PyKDE] ANN PyQt v4.0 Released
imcsee at gmail.com
Sun Jun 11 17:20:39 BST 2006
I wanna compiled pyqt4 with visual studio.net 2003.
somebody told me ,python2.4 was compiled by vs.net 2003(which uses
msvcr71.dll as c runtime ).
and if i compile pyqt4 with mingw(which uses msvcrt.dll as the c runtime).
as the post
So if Python is linked against msvcr71.dll, you can't really build C++
extensions anymore (with MINGW), unless you are certain that mixing CRTs
causes no harm for your application.
btw, i have install pyqt4 mingw version(binary), it works nice.
On 6/12/06, Phil Thompson <phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sunday 11 June 2006 4:42 pm, imcs ee wrote:
> > sole,thanks
> > with Q... on Windows, i can install gpl version qt4 with msvc.netplatform.
> > and sip.
> > when install pyqt4.
> > the configure.py return an error:
> > D:\data\download\nt\PyQt-win-gpl-4.0>configure.py
> > Determining the layout of your Qt installation...
> > Error: Failed to create release\qtdirs.exe. Make sure you have a working
> > v4
> > qmake on your PATH or use the -q argument to explicitly specify a
> > Qt v4
> > qmake.
> > but qmake is in PATH and in the default location.
> > D:\data\download\nt\PyQt-win-gpl-4.0>qmake -v
> > QMake version: 2.00a
> > Using Qt version 4.1.3 in C:\Qt\4.1.3\lib
> > if in install the binary pyqt4. then the pyqt4 sample can't execute with
> > error: missing mingw10.dll...
> Make sure you have installed the Qt4 installer properly, including MinGW,
> that your PATH is set properly.
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