[PyKDE] PyQt on OS X?

Ben Mitchell ben at mitchellfamily.com
Thu Oct 23 02:47:00 BST 2003

Oops.  (Insert sheepish grin here.)  Sorry about that.

It builds now, but I'm having trouble with the install stage.

'make install' doesn't do anything.

In looking at it more closely (and I am *not* a make expert), it seems 
that the
install target doesn't have any unique rules attached to it.  It just
calls "all" which has already been run at the make stage, and which 
installs the software that's been built...

I'm betting this is (once again) user error, but I'm not sure what I 
should be
doing different...

Thoughts anyone?



On Wednesday, October 22, 2003, at 02:08 AM, Phil Thompson wrote:

> On Wednesday 22 October 2003 7:02 am, Ben Mitchell wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I noticed today that a version of SIP has been released that supports
>> MacOS X, and so I thought I'd try to see if I could get SIP, QT, PyQt,
>> and QScintilla all built and installed on my Mac in the hope that I
>> could run the eric3 Python IDE.
>> I succeeded in some areas, but have run into a problem.
>> I've got the GPL QT 3.2.2 built and installed
>> I've got SIP 4.0pre2 built and installed
>> I've got QScintilla built and installed
>> 	- This required the first departure from "default" configurations.  I
>> had to remove "thread" from the CONFIG line of qscintilla.pro
>> PyQt is giving me trouble.
>> I downloaded:  PyQt-x11-gpl-3.8.1  (this seemed the most rational
>> choice)
> You need the latest PyQt snapshot for the Mac.
> Phil

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