[PyQt] pyqtdeploy building demo problem with NDK
elronaldpetit at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 17:42:53 BST 2018
Thanks you for that Information Phil, I will build my python with that dev
Do you have an estimated release date for pyqtdeploy 2.2?, or I will need
to wait a while?
And @Kalman Viktor, thank you for your support too, that's the way I was
doing it, but I supposed I wasn't able to built the demo because of Python
El vie., 3 ago. 2018 a las 3:14, Phil Thompson (<phil at riverbankcomputing.com>)
> On 3 Aug 2018, at 6:04 am, Ronald Petit <elronaldpetit at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Okay Phil, I'm still here, sorry if I'm bothering too much, but as more
> as I read, seems like pyqtdeploy is my only option to convert PyQt5 into Qt
> C++ code.
> > Now, I setup sysroot.json to use my existing Qt installation, then, It
> was complaining about Python, as I tried to use Python-3.7.0.tar.xz, and
> got the same error as on Qt because it is an xz, however, I downloaded
> Python-3.7.0.tgz, the pyqtdeploy was able to extract that one (Still not
> too much clues about why Python cannot extract .xz files, the error message
> was "Unknown file format", I built my own Python (Python 3.7.0), so I'm
> thinkking I did something wrong there.
> As I said, you have to have the xz support available when building Python
> (the xz-devel package on Red Hat).
> > Now the pyqtdeploy is complaining when building Python, it says:
> > Python/sysmodule.c: In function ‘_PySys_BeginInit’:
> > Python/sysmodule.c:2303:60: error: ‘_PYTHONFRAMEWORK’ undeclared (first
> use in this function)
> > SET_SYS_FROM_STRING("_framework",
> > Then a bunch of notes and the final error of make returning non-zero
> exit status. No clue about this on google, any other hint?
> pyqtdeploy v2.1 does not support Python v3.7.0. v2.2 will. The latest
> version supported by v2.1 is v3.6.4.
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