[PyKDE] QTimers on MacOSX? - happiness
michael at possibleworlds.com
Thu Apr 20 21:18:58 BST 2006
I was successful building
python 2.4.3 (framework)
Qt Mac 4.1.2
Mac OSX 10.4.5
I could not find Andy Davidoff's post but the
./configure options below got me in the ballpark.
For the benefit of other trying the
same, after building:
1. in the python source dir
make sure to do a:
sudo make frameworkinstallunixtools
2. in the PyQt4 source dir
make sure to do a:
ln -s /usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/PyQt4 \
On Apr 10, 2006, at 11:13 PM, Emanuele Santos wrote:
> which mac and python version do you use?
> Using the hint that Andy Davidoff posted some days ago in the pyqt-
> mac list to compile python 2.4.2 from source:
> DYNLOADFILE=dynload_shlib.o ./configure --enable-framework --enable-
> toolbox-glue --enable-shared
> I could run PyQt4 on a Mac G5 PPC. My problem now is with the mac
> intel. On the MacBook Pro, if I use Python that comes with it or
> the binary installation (2.4.3) I get the same ImportError
> incorrect format for dynamic loading. I tried to compile Python
> from source on a mac intel with no success.
> On Apr 10, 2006, at 2:50 PM, Phil Thompson wrote:
>> On Monday 10 April 2006 9:38 pm, michael ferraro wrote:
>>> I know this may be a bit premature but ...
>>> I recently tried to build PyQt4 on MacOSX 10.4.5 and I get
>>> an ImportError incorrect format for dynamic loading.
>>> I think this is because Qt 4.1.2 and PyQt4 get built with dylib's
>>> instead of bundles. Based on the message below it appears
>>> I should build qt4 with -no-framework --
>>> Is this true, or am I doing something else wrong. Or, should
>>> I just sit tight
>> What do you mean by "recently"?
>> Current snapshots build fine on my Mac - both framework and non-
>> builds of Qt.
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