[PyQt] Next Releases of SIP and PyQt
shlomme at gmx.net
Tue Jul 24 22:33:27 BST 2007
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Phil Thompson schrieb:
> On Tuesday 24 July 2007 9:54 pm, Torsten Marek wrote:
>> Phil Thompson schrieb:
>>> The next major releases of SIP and PyQt4 will be made this week
>>> Is there anything I've forgotten in the current snapshots?
>> Hi Phil,
>> just one question - (sorry for being too lazy to check right now): Is a
>> failing import in the new composite module handled gracefully? I.e. does a
>> missing module cause the whole import to fail? In the old PyQt versions, I
>> had patched Qt.py to handle ImportErrors from missing modules, since Debian
>> ships PyQt's QtOpenGl and QtSql in seperate packages (reflecting the C++
>> library packages).
>> >From the generated source...
> * Note that we don't complain if the module can't be imported. This
> * is a favour to Linux distro packagers who like to split PyQt into
> * different sub-packages.
> ...of course it may be buggy as I haven't tested it.
thanks - I really could have checked that myself:/
In contrast to that, I will test it myself in the days to come.
Torsten Marek <shlomme at gmx.net>
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