[PyKDE] enum problem again

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Mon Feb 28 10:22:07 GMT 2005

> Hi all,
> I am maintaining a project using PyQt and having a
> problem with C++ enum. When I pass int values as
> arguments to where enum is expected, there is a
> TypeError.
> For example, the following Python code will cause an
> error:
>    from qt import *
>    a = QSizePolicy(1,1,0,0,False)
> -> TypeError: argument 1 of QSizePolicy() has an
> invalid type
> I read on this list and found out that the strict enum
> checking has been relaxed and then enforced again.
> There are too many errors of this type in the code
> that I'm maintaining. Is there a way for me to fix
> this error without modifying my code?

You could hack your own copy of SIP.

> Where can I find
> the snapshot of Sip that relaxed strict enum?

Not from me. Why not just go back to SIP v4.1.1?


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