[PyKDE] stupid newbie pyqt question

Clint Miller cmiller at tigerbyte.com
Wed Jan 24 05:40:47 GMT 2001

Just downloaded sip, pyqt, and pykde; all version 2.2.

Running a rigorously patched RH 7.0 with stock python 1.5.2.

sip seems to compile and install fine.  pyqt compiles without incident
and then slurges forth the following messages during a "make install"

qtcmodule.cpp: In function `PyObject *registerClasses (PyObject *,
PyObject *)':
qtcmodule.cpp:9155: `Rounded' is not a member of type `QTabWidget'
qtcmodule.cpp:9156: `Triangular' is not a member of type `QTabWidget'
qtcmodule.cpp:10357: `TSCII' is not a member of type `QFont'
qtcmodule.cpp:10621: `AccelOverride' is not a member of type `QEvent'
qtcmodule.cpp:11247: `WGroupLeader' is not a member of type `Qt'
make[1]: *** [qtcmodule.lo] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/pyqt/PyQt-2.2/qt'
make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1   

Do I need to upgrade my python or...

thanks for the guidance.

- Clint

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