[PyKDE] What am I missing?

Phil Thompson phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk
Thu Sep 14 23:52:03 BST 2000

Donald Beaudry wrote:
> Phil Thompson <phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk> wrote,
> > Donald Beaudry wrote:
> > > Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> >
> > 3 choices...
> >
> > - remove the file moc_sipQt.cpp then try again
> That worked... for sip.
> > - upgrade to Qt 2.2.0
> I'd rather not.  Personally, I dont care what happens on my machine
> but I'd like to put some GUIs together for people who are a bit more
> particular.  They would much prefer not having to upgrade.  I thought
> I read in the docs where PyQt supported many versions of Qt.  Does
> this mean I need the "right" version of PyQt to support the Redhat
> distributed version of Qt?  After getting past the sip issues, I am
> now having trouble building PyQt even after trying a 'make rebuild-src'.
> PyKDE compiles just fine but (of course) the link fails
> since PyQt is around.  If upgrading Qt is the only way to get
> full canvas support, I'll do it.  But...

The PyQt code will compile correctly under any version of Qt since
1.42.  You don't need to re-build the sources.

I need more information about you particular problem with Qt.

QCanvas was introduced in Qt v2.2.0 - so, yes, you will need to upgrade
if you want to use it.


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