[PyQt] SIP Make install on windows
bouf10pub at rubico.info
Sat Jan 2 21:03:21 GMT 2010
Thanks, it fixes the problem.
On Wednesday December 23 2009 07:10:35 Phil Thompson wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Dec 2009 23:17:10 -0500, F Bourbonnais <bouf10pub at rubico.info>
> > I'm trying to package a Python binding using SIP. All is working fine on
> > GNU/Linux but on Windows, the "mingw32-make install" doesn't copy files
> > the
> > destination directory already exists.
> > The problem seems to be in the generated Makefile:
> > * Each "copy /y ..." lines placed after a "@if not exit" are skipped.
> > * But if I put a blank line after the @if line, it works!
> > Context:
> > * SIP version 4.9.3 compiled with "-p win32-g++"
> > * mingw32-make version 3.81
> > * Windows XP SP3
> > The Makefile (part of):
> > """
> > install:
> > @$(MAKE) -C build install
> > @if not exist C:\Python26\sip\ mkdir C:\Python26\sip\
> > copy /y test.sip C:\Python26\sip\test.sip
> > @if not exist C:\Python26\Lib\site-packages\ mkdir C:\Python26\Lib\site-
> > packages\
> > copy /y testconfig.py C:\Python26\Lib\site-packages\testconfig.py
> > """
> Looks like you have a trailing '\' or '/' on a directory name somewhere.
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