[PyKDE] ANN: SIP/PyQt 3.3rc3

Phil Thompson phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk
Thu Jul 4 12:00:01 BST 2002

Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:

> On Wed, 03 Jul 2002 19:02:47 +0100
> "Phil Thompson" <phil at river-bank.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>>The 3rd (and hopefully last) 3.3 release candidate is now available on 
>>the website.
>>Major PyQt changes since 3.3rc2...
>>The build system now takes a -c flag which concatenates a module's C++ 
>>files together. Compiling PyQt on my 750MHz PIII now takes only 10 
>>minutes - so there is no excuse not to test it. :)
>>Detlev Offenbach is now maintaining eric and has been adding lots of new 
>>There have been some fairly large changes to SIP - more than I would 
>>have liked between release candidates but were needed for the new build 
>>system to support Qt configurations with features disabled (ie. the Zaurus).
> Hm, I'm sorry, but I failed to get this going on a SuSE 7.2 with
> Python 2.0 system. The error is now more obscure then ever:
> hp at iron:~> python -c "from qt import Qt"
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "<string>", line 1, in ?
> ImportError: cannot import name Qt
> On my SuSE 7.3/Python 2.1, it runs fine. It's not a permission problem.
> I straced this, but it doesn't reveal the problem to me, too. Attached.
> python -c "import qt" and "from qt import *" works, BTW. What's wrong here?
> Before somebody wonders, it's not my idea to import Qt from qt, it's from
> site-packages/qttable.py.
> Anybody still working on Python 2.0 with current PyQt?

I've just built SIP and PyQt under Python 2.0.1 and didn't have any 


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