[PyKDE] PyQt

Lawrence Poorman lrpoorman at web.de
Thu Feb 24 17:49:02 GMT 2005

Thanks Phil,

I took your suggestion to heart and downloaded the latest version of 
Python and installed it.
Of course PyQt worked after that.



Phil Thompson wrote:

>>I have successfully got PyQt up and running on my SuSE 9.2 machine.
>>I would also like to get it running on my SuSE 8.2 machine as well.
>>However during configure I get the following error message:
>>Do you accept the terms of the license? yes
>>SIP 3.5.75 is being used.
>>An internal error occured.  Please report all the output from the program,
>>including the following traceback, to support at riverbankcomputing.co.uk.
>>Traceback (most recent call last):
>>  File "configure.py", line 1042, in ?
>>    main(sys.argv)
>>  File "configure.py", line 936, in main
>>    sipcfg.error("This version of PyQt requires SIP v%s or later" %
>>  File "/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/sipconfig.py", line 166, in
>>    raise AttributeError, "\"%s\" is not a valid configuration value or
>>option" % name
>>AttributeError: "error" is not a valid configuration value or user option
>>According to the the SuSE package information, the sip version on the
>>SuSE 8.2 CDs is 3.5-75. The python version is 2.2.2-82 Because of
>>this python version I cannot use the sip version 4.2.
>>Can anyone tell me which version of sip I need to configure PyQt ?
>>Also, can anyone tell me what I must do to get the PyQt error message
>>above to fill in the parameters with numerical values so that I can
>>see what it is trying to tell me ?
>Assuming you are using PyQt v3.14 then (with that version of Python) you
>need a current SIP v3 snapshot. Note that that particular combination
>isn't tested - it may not even build. If you can, get a more modern
>version of Python and bring everything up to date.

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