[PyQt] Is there an easy way to install pyqt?
hokkakada at khmeros.info
Thu Jun 21 03:10:34 BST 2007
នៅថ្ងៃ ពុធ 20 មិថុនា 2007 15:52, Andreas Pakulat បានសរសេរថា ៖
> On 20.06.07 14:11:15, hok kakada wrote:
> > Dear List,
> > I have written my program using python language and qt as its GUI.
> > In order to run it, it needs so many requirements as list below:
> > sip-4.4.5 or higher a Python C/C++ Bindings Generator
> > http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/sip/
> > PyQt-x11-gpl-4.0 or higher, the Python bindings for the Qt GUI toolkit
> > http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/pyqt
> > Qt4.2 or higher, a GUI toolkit
> > http://www.trolltech.com/developer/downloads/qt
> > Python 2.3 or higher (shipped with most Linux distributions)
> > http://www.python.org/
> > Moreover, installing pyqt and qt take lots of time, about half a day or a
> > day, if problem exist.
> Half a day?? Did you ever try the -c j <num> options to configure.py?
> And Qt should come with your distro.
No..I haven't tried that. Thanks.
the Qt version comes with the distro is lower than our requirement. (eg:
PyQt-x11-gpl-4.0 will ask for qt4 not qt3. am I correct?)
> > In addition, I was wondering why there is no rpm files for downloading?
> Because most linux distro's ship it out-of-the-box and because Phil has
> only limited time I guess.
> > I browsed through their websites, but I couldn't find the rpm file
> > that is, I think, easier for normal user.
> Use your distro's packages and if they don't have one, bug them to
> provide one.
Hmmm, I am a SuSE10.2 users and if I am not wrong , SuSE10.2 ships qt3 which
support most programs within the distro and those programs might not work
well with qt4, my required version).
> > Further more, the current version of pyqt is PyQt-x11-gpl-4.2.tar.gz,
> > and I want to use the backward version PyQt-x11-gpl-4.0.tar.gz,
> > unfortunately I couldn't find on the pyqt website.
> You don't need PyQt4.0, use PyQt4.2 it also works with Qt4.2 and fixes
> quite some bugs of 4.0.
Ah...that's why I didn't find the old ones.
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