[PyQt] Install error on Ubuntu 14.04LTS
david.lonie at kitware.com
Thu Nov 20 19:49:29 GMT 2014
I'm working on converting a large project that uses PyQt 4.10.1 (x11-gpl
sources) to be able to build a system installed python. My changes have
been working on Arch Linux, but when tested on Ubuntu 14.04LTS, we
encounter the following issue:
PyQt is being configured with (newlines added for readability):
-e QtGui -e QtHelp -e QtMultimedia -e QtNetwork -e QtDeclarative
-e QtOpenGL -e QtScript -e QtScriptTools -e QtSql -e QtSvg
-e QtTest -e QtWebKit -e QtXml -e QtXmlPatterns -e QtCore
Aside from the redundant -v option (I'll look into this separately),
these options seem to make sense with the build instructions here:
The build is successful, however the installation step fails with the error:
cp: cannot remove
This seems like a bug, as the build system is attempting to remove a
file outside of the specified prefixes.
Am I overlooking a configuration option? Any suggestions to fix this?
Let me know if there's any other helpful information I can provide.
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