[PyKDE] don't hate me but I refuse to figure out why things won't compile

Bryan Willett bryan at xlord.dunsinane.net
Fri Jul 13 16:46:30 BST 2001

The 2.5pre1 release could not be found.  Its not in your /software/private

Is there an official web page that lists the pre releases?  As far as I
can tell, the only place to find that these even existed was on the
mailing list.

As I said in my previous email: make build doesn't work from CVS.  Is
this a known problem?  The sgmltools (version 1.09?) from Mandrake 8 gives
an error about incorrect usage.

2.5pre2 wouldn't compile.  It complained that a file needed include files
from qt 3.0 beta.  Do you have a qt 3.0 files or the moc from qt 3.0 mixed
up with qt 2.3.1 on the machine that you used to create 2.5pre2?


On Fri, 13 Jul 2001, Phil Thompson wrote:

> Bryan Willett wrote:
> >
> > Can anyone provide binaries of the latest CVS?
> >
> > I usually make an attempt doing a ./configure, make but when these fail
> > I almost never bother wasting time figuring out why.
> >
> > I am running a Mandrake 8.0 machine on which I can compile a large number
> > of different things (QT, KDE, etc) but the PyQt 2.5pre and the CVS doesn't
> > compile.  PyQt 2.4 works fine except for the bugs.
> >
> > 1. sgmltools fails to do its job on the initial make build; the mandrake
> > rpm of sgml-tools has a sgmltools.v1 file that I had to link to sgmltools
> > but it still fails
> > 2. I get an undefined symbol: _8sipProxy.sipSender
> >
> > Has anyone thought of moving PyQt to SourceForge?  Aren't things like
> > formal bug lists and discussion boards good things?
> >
> > So again, can anyone provide binaries of the latest CVS?
> CVS is CVS - bleeding edge, no guarantees.
> The 2.5pre releases should work - I do test them - but I'll need a tad
> more information about the problem.
> Phil

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