[PyKDE] C++ code generation problem: longlong is undefined
jbublitz at nwinternet.com
Sat Dec 17 06:19:10 GMT 2005
On Friday 16 December 2005 19:38, Vincent Jong wrote:
> I've downloaded the latest version of PyKDE from the website and I've
> been having problems compiling it on my RedHat 7.3 system using KDE
> 3.1.1. I'm using SIP version 4.3.1 and PyQT 3.15. Everytime it gets to
> generating the c++ source code for the kdecore module, it errors with:
> sip: longlong is undefined
> Error: Unable to create the C++ code.
> My plan is to build this for both Python 2.3 and Python 2.4 and the same
> error happens both times. The configuration I'm using is:
> python2.3 configure.py -k /usr -L /usr/lib -n /usr/lib/kde3/
> And if compiling for Python2.4:
> python2.4 configure.py -k /usr -L /usr/lib -n /usr/lib/kde3/
> Although this can be wrong as I'm not really sure of a couple of things
> like where the kde3 header files are located, but from the output it
> seems to find KDE as it outputs the correct version:
> KDE version is 3.1.1 (0x30101)
> How can I get PyKDE to build and install?
> Thanks for your time and consideration in this matter.
At the end of sip/kdecore/kconfigbase.sip there is a block of code wrapped
%If (KDE_3_2_0 - )
change it to:
and do the same thing for the block that follows for %MappedType ulonglong.
I'm not sure how that crept in or why it would be required - seems like that
code should still work for KDE 3.1.x.
Let me know if that fixes the problem or cause some other problem. I probably
haven't tested with KDE 3.1 in a while.
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