[PyQt] Re: Build problems on win32
david at boddie.org.uk
Mon Oct 5 01:23:10 BST 2009
On Sat, 3 Oct 2009 10:28:10 +0200, Antonio Valentino wrote:
<antonio.valentino at tiscali.it>
> Sorry for multiple posting. I don't receive message from the mailing
> list any more.
That's strange. Maybe you need to check your delivery options:
> > On Fri Oct 2 20:04:49 BST 2009, Antonio Valentino wrote:
> > > I'm trying to build PyQt4.6 on win32 using Qt4.5.3 (SDK 2009.04) and
> > > MSVC 2008.
> > [...]
> > > I can't figure out where "C:\work3\qt.git" came from.
> > > It seems to be an hardcoded path in qt libs.
> > Did you build a version of Qt from the Git repository at some point?
> > Perhaps this is interfering with the build process.
> no, I just installer the qt-sdk-win-opensource-2009.04.exe from
> qt.nokia.com site and build it using MSVC2008 and following the
> tutorial at:
Hmm. Maybe there's something wrong with the installer. Have you tried to
build any of the Qt C++ examples?
> I encountered build problems and solved removing temporary files
> as reported here:
> After that I set environment vatiables:
> in the msvc shell.
> Maybe I'm missing something.
> Is there a specific tutorial for building PyQt with MS free
> development tools?
I don't know of a tutorial, but surely someone else on this mailing list
must have built the latest Qt and PyQt for Windows, or is everyone just using
the binary PyQt installers?
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