[PyKDE] ANN PyQt v4.0 Released
imcsee at gmail.com
Sun Jun 11 17:35:43 BST 2006
I build Qt4 source with the patch file your told me.
(build with qconfigure msvc.net, and i uninstall mingw already)
and it looks working.(i can run the demo of qt4).
add qtbin to the PATH.
then i build sip as your said(configure,nmake,nmake install)
then i build pyqt4....configure returen the error.
the reason is the file(qtdirs.mk.Release) created by configure still use
mingw style setting. """CC = gcc CXX = g++"""
so, the building failed...
On 6/12/06, sole at esrf.fr <sole at esrf.fr> wrote:
> >if in install the binary pyqt4. then the pyqt4 sample can't execute with
> >error: missing mingw10.dll...
> You have to build PyQT4 yourself. The binary is for the mingw stuff.
> You have to make sure you build Qt with vs 2003. If you have already done
> it go
> to QTDONE below.
> Install the trolltech file. I always choose NOT to register any
> variables. I
> would propose to delete everything in the %QTDIR%\lib directory to make
> sure you
> actually build the library.
> Patch the sources following the instructions from the sourceforge
> downloaded files.
> Open a DOS command window preferrably from the Microsoft Platform SDK SP1.
> Call the vcvars32.bat of your studio 2003 installation.
> Make sure your environment variable QTDIR points to the directory where
> installed Qt. If it is in the directory c:\Qt\4.1.3 you can do:
> set QTDIR=C:\Qt\4.1.3
> set PATH=%QTDIR%\bin;%QTDIR%\lib;%PATH%
> cd c:\Qt\4.1.3
> qconfigure msvc.net [add the options you may want, I choose the fast and
> Let everything finish nad you should have your %QTDIR%\lib filled with the
> In the same window you should build sip and PyQt4 from source. No
> options there if python is in your path:
> python configure.py
> nmake install
> first for sip and then for PyQt4.
> I hope I did not forget anything.
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