[PyKDE] PyKDE on Gentoo
patrickkidd at gci.net
Wed Jul 20 00:03:21 BST 2005
I also use gentoo, and choose to prioritize ebuilds over source
Although the above is true, sip/PyQt/PyKDE installs are very clean
and easy to remove. I use snapshots at will, knowing that I can
simple install an ebuild over them, or manually remove them fairly
Go for it; stay bleeding edge.
On Jul 19, 2005, at 5:39 AM, mbouchar wrote:
> I have dev-python/sip-4.1.1, dev-python-PyQt-3.13 and a snapshot of
> pykde, because pykde refused to compile with kdelibs-3.4.0.
> Normally, pykde 3.11.3 works with kde 3.4, sip 4.1.1 and pyqt 3.13,
> but the ebuild for pykde is incorrect, because it depends on
> kdelibs <= 3.3.4.
> You have some choices :
> 1 - manually install a snapshot
> 2 - change the ebuild to install pykde 3.11.3
> 3 - force the installation with --nodeps
> Aurel (DustyDingo) W. wrote:
>> Hi, I am new to all this PyQt/KDE stuff and currently developing a
>> little application using PyQt.
>> Now i also want to use some KDE features, but i have problems with
>> python bindings for the libs on Gentoo. There is a package called
>> "pykde" in the portage tree, but that doesn't work with kdelibs
>> versions >= 3.3.1. There is also no suitable package in the
>> Whats alls about this this? I heard, that the PyQt and PyKDE bindings
>> are now maintained in the KDE-Project, so there should be some
>> packages like "kde-base/PyQt" and "kde-base/PyKDE", but there is
>> this old one "dev-python/pykde"?
>> So is there a way to get PyKDE running on Gentoo? I tried to
>> compile a
>> cvs snapshot of PyKDE from
>> http://www.river-bank.demon.co.uk/download/snapshots/PyKDE/ (worked
>> fine first, but i get bad memory acces errors, when running
>> applications), but I don't know if this are the "old" kdebindings or
>> the new one maintained by the kde-project?
>> Can anyone give me more information on this issues, because it's a
>> confusing, what are now the "real" bidnings.
>> PyKDE mailing list PyKDE at mats.imk.fraunhofer.de
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