[PyQt] PyQt: configure.py command line options check

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Wed Jun 27 12:09:47 BST 2007

On Wednesday 27 June 2007 11:44 am, Giovanni Bajo wrote:
> Hi,
> I suggest adding the following self-checks to configure.py:
>   * If -g is specified, -v should not be specified and .sip files should
> not be installed. You can't use them anyway with the consolidated module.
>   * If qt is built as static libraries, either -g or -k must be
> specified. Otherwise the resulting PyQt4 modules are going to segfault
> on you when you start using them.
> Also, Phil, would you accept a patch that reworks configure.py to use
> optparse and/or add long name alternatives to options (--foo)? Given
> that Python 2.3 is now required, it shouldn't be an issue anymore.

Yes, so long as current arguments remain valid.


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