[PyKDE] what changed in sip?
ian reinhart geiser
geiseri at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 20 02:37:52 GMT 2002
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On Tuesday 19 March 2002 07:05 pm, Phil Thompson wrote:
> ian reinhart geiser wrote:
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> > On Tuesday 19 March 2002 02:08 pm, Phil Thompson wrote:
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> > > > On Tuesday 19 March 2002 01:32 pm, Phil Thompson wrote:
> > > > > The argument to -t has to be one of the values defined by either
> > > > > the %Timeline or %Platform directives.
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> > > > > Phil
> > > >
> > > > Okay, that makes little to no sense, but I am assuming you mean those
> > > > nubmers that are in the %If() statements in the pyqt sip files. I am
> > > > using Qt 3.0.2 so Qt_3_0_2 is correct right?
> > >
> > > That defines the part of the timeline you are interested in. You also
> > > need to define the platform you are interested in. These are all
> > > defined in versions.sip.
> > Okay so I set it to Qt_3_0_2 and it fails with:
> > sip: Qt::HANDLE is undefined
> > What else am I missing?
> At the risk of repeating myself...
> "You also need to define the platform you are interested in. These are
> all defined in versions.sip." Something like...
> sip -t Qt_3_0_2 -t WS_X11 ...
> ...depending on your platform.
okay, i guess somewhere it should be documented we can have multiple -t
can I do things like -t WS_X11 and -t WS_WIN?
I need this because my automake scripts are cross platform and need both
windows and unix support.
-ian reinhart geiser
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