[PyKDE] Are the sip binaries (Linux) on sourceforge?

hcohen2 hcohen2 at comcast.net
Wed Feb 18 00:58:01 GMT 2004

hcohen2 wrote:

> Sorry but I am having touble creating sip from source.  I am 
> attempting to use sip-3.10, since my copy of python is 2.2.2.
> While using 'python configure.py' seems to generate a fairly good 
> sipcongig.py file that contridicts many of the errors I see during the 
> make - they are nearly reproduced during the make install phase.
> I tried to even back off to using the build.py, but this stops 
> immediately due to not finding the python.h file where it was 
> expected.  Nonetheless a complete search on /usr confirms its absence 
> from this directory.
> Now back to the binaries, I read they should be there, but I am only 
> seeing those that may be appropriate for Windows.  Most of the hits 
> are completely wrong.
> Anyone either know where it might reside on sourceforge or if, indeed, 
> it does not exist for UNIX/Linux?
> Thanks
> Herschel
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Finally found them as rpm that should work on my Mandrake 9.1 
installation, however, way back to version 3.7.

Search using Google advanced: 'sourceforge sip binaries' (all words) and 
the link is:


If you happen to have Mandrake 9.2 they have rpm's for sip ver. 3.8.

Hope that helps someone.

Sorry this is going out late - sent it once already, but did not address 
the newslist.

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