[PyQt] Updating the windows installer for Qt 4.4

Gustavo A. Díaz gustavo.diaz at gmail.com
Wed May 14 13:25:05 BST 2008

I think someone else could help too for the creation of this, maybe give a
hand to Phil.
I would like it, but i do not use Windows and i will never do that.


2008/5/14 Giovanni Bajo <rasky at develer.com>:

> On 5/13/2008 2:43 PM, Phil Thompson wrote:
>> Let me think about this a bit more. My problem wasn't with the single
>> installer in itself, it was the big static build which is too inflexible and
>> getting more difficult to create.
> My own concerns is about having PyQt and Qt installed within different
> directories. The question list was meant to show how many questions could be
> raised and how much confusion can be created by dividing Qt from PyQt. All
> those questions ceased when you merged the two together, and I'd hope we
> won't go back there.
> I'm instead totally agnostic whether to build it as a single static _qt.pyd
> or with .pyd + Qt's .dll files. The former gives you a much smaller
> installer file which might be a feature; the latter gives more flexibility
> to final users. Either way it's fine.
> --
> Giovanni Bajo
> Develer S.r.l.
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