[PyQt] make error when statically building Python for cross-compiling to android from linux
umbertofilippo at tiscali.it
Wed Oct 11 22:29:33 BST 2017
Thank you Viktor,
indeed, from the output it seems Python 3.6.0 does not need patches (no
"Patching" messages in the terminal, while I got plenty with 3.5.3).
Anyway, still getting the same error as in version 3.6.2 while running
'make', while with Python 3.5.3 I got another problem related to a
strange ":" folder within the built Python, which in turns caused SIP
not to build.
Phil said a new version of pyqtdeploy is about to be released around
Looking forward to trying it!
Thanks for the support!
On 11/10/2017 01:04, Kálmán Viktor wrote:
> If you check the 'pyqtdeploy\python\configurations\patches' it has
> patches up to 3.5.3 and in theory (at least that is what I've read in
> the docs) Python 3.6 does not need any patches for Android.
> However in my personal experience even Python 3.5.3 doesn't compile on
> certain Android targets without doing extra patches.
> 2017-10-11 0:16 GMT+02:00 <umbertofilippo at tiscali.it
> <mailto:umbertofilippo at tiscali.it>>:
> Thanks again
> If I see as the first (chronologically last) line
> v1.3.2 4th March 2017
> - Added support for Python v2.7.13, v3.4.6, v3.5.3 and v3.6.0.
> this means I'd better use one of these python version as both
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