[Slackbuilds-users] sip conflicts with kdeaddon
ciol13 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 10 15:03:12 EDT 2008
Aleksandar B. Samardzic wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 8:38 PM, ciol <ciol13 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I suggest to add variables, and to write an explanation in the README:
>> python configure.py -b $PREFIX/bin \
>> -d $PREFIX/lib/python2.5/site-packages \
>> -e $PREFIX/include/python2.5 \
>> -v $PREFIX/share/sip
>> with $PREFIX by default to /usr or /opt/sip or /usr/foobar, whatever you
>> want. The user will have the choice.
> Thanks for all suggestions. I've just posted an updated version of
> sip SlackBuild, with big fat warning added to README file regarding
> overwriting kdebindings files, and with support for PREFIX variable as
> ciol suggested above (I haven't put "-v" flag there, because seems
> unneeded to me, but the rest of configure step is exactly as above,
> and PREFIX is set to /usr by default); I hope/think that would be OK
> solution for now. I've also posted pyqt4 SlackBuild, updated to its
> latest version. As usual, these two could be found for now at:
> If any additional issue encountered with these packages, please let me know.
I don't know why, but it _seems_ the -v flag is necessary, in
I tried your new slackbuilds. I set $PREFIX to another location.
I built sip, then pyqt4 (which required to set properly $PYTHONPATH),
but "from PyQt4 import QtGui" did not work (whereas import PyQt4 did).
Then, I have built everything again, this time with the -v flag, and
everything is working.
As I said, I am not a python expert. Maybe this flag is not necessary,
for a person who knows what to do.
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