[PyKDE] Building PyQT with Qt-eval

Phil Thompson phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk
Wed Jan 29 11:36:00 GMT 2003

On Wednesday 29 January 2003 9:59 am, Ong Kian Win wrote:
> Hi.
> I am using
> Windows XP
> Qt 3.1.1 evaluation
> SIP 3.5
> PyQt 3.5
> I have some problems with building SIP and PyQT with the evaluation
> version of Qt. Basically, build.py does not automagically pick up
> "qt-mteval311.lib" as a valid library.
> After hacking =) past the little glitch however, compiling PyQt gives me
> [snip, summarized]
> - The qtgl module will be built.
> - Generating the features file.
> - No style available in non-gui applications!
> - qttest failed with an exit code of 1.
> I understand that this could be due to the nag dialog that comes
> standard with the evaluation version of Qt.
> May I know if there is any way to get around this? I would still like to
> be able to check out PyQt with Qt 3.x (instead of Qt 2.x NC) tho.

As it says in the FAQ, the evaluation version isn't supported. The alternative 
is to evaluate the GPL version on a Linux system.


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