[PyQt] Re: Importing Phonon module
Gustavo A. Díaz
gustavo.diaz at gmail.com
Sun Jun 29 16:04:21 BST 2008
Ok, i was digging on K/Ubuntu Hardy Qt4 sources, and i've look into the
debian/rules and i've found this in the configure statement:
Now i see why... i will try to buil this from scratch.
2008/6/28 Gustavo A. Díaz <gustavo.diaz at gmail.com>:
> Ok, thanks Andreas :)
> Maybe I will construct Qt4 to avoid this... (of course at the same time to
> talk with the maintainers..)
> 2008/6/28 Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de>:
>> On 28.06.08 09:15:07, Gustavo A. Díaz wrote:
>> > I know that... but I've asked later if someone compiled successfully
>> > latest snapshot with phonon support in K/Ubuntu Hardy... cause if those
>> > packages are not the phonon of Qt4 needed... then i don't know... cause
>> > don't think Qt4.4 was compiled without phonon support in Ubuntu... Maybe
>> > should check this...
>> As far as I can see Debian (and thus probably also Ubuntu) only ship the
>> "standalone" Phonon package, i.e. Phonon 4.2. You can see that in the
>> package description, the source package is not "Qt" but "Phonon". So
>> basically you're doomed unless you also use Ubutu's PyQt4.4 packages. In
>> that case you can just go to the maintainers and tell them to fix this
>> (or disable the PyQT4.4 phonon support).
>> Yeap this is a big mess and its not just PyQt/PyKDE suffering from
>> Tonight's the night: Sleep in a eucalyptus tree.
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> Gustavo A. Díaz
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