d.h.j.takken at xs4all.nl
Mon Jan 21 07:21:42 GMT 2008
Op Saturday 12 January 2008 04:33:37 schreef Jim Bublitz:
> On Friday 11 January 2008 15:41, D.H.J. Takken wrote:
> > Op Friday 11 January 2008 17:56:29 schreef Jim Bublitz:
> > > On Friday 11 January 2008 06:48, D.H.J. Takken wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > Is there anyone having a look at this issue please? I was asked which
> > > > PyKDE I am using. I replied to the list, but no response ever
> > > > since....
> > >
> > > You can try editing configure.py. Find any reference assigning a value
> > > to 'opt_konsolepart' and set it to False.
> > The command "cat configure.py | grep konsole" gives me:
> > makefile.extra_libs.append ("konsolepart")
> > target = os.path.join (opt_kdelibdir, "kde3",
> > "libkonsolepart.so") symlink = os.path.join (opt_kdelibdir,
> > "libkonsolepart.so")
> > No trace of anything called opt_konsolepart...
> OK - apparently the update (-x switch) never got uploaded - my fault. What
> you have should be identical to PyKDE 3.16.0 from riverbankcomputing.com.
> In configure.py:
> Try commenting out the "if extra_lib ..." block that contains the first
> line above ("makefile.extra_libs ...", around line 733), then locate the
> "if kde_version ..." block that contains the second two lines above, and
> comment out the entire if block. (around line 765)
> That should eliminate all of the konsolePart modifications to the Makefile
> without affecting anything else..
> IIRC the problem arose because of changes in distributions after adding the
> konsolePart support that had been requested. If it doesn't build with your
> distribution, there isn't any (simple) way to provide konsolePart support,
> which you probably won't miss anyway.
Ok, I have been trying to get PyKDE to work again, adapting configure.py
accorting to your directions. Unfortunately:
Testing PyKDE module imports
dcop kdecore kdefx kdeui kio kresources kabc kutils kfile kparts khtml
kspell kdeprint kmdi
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "importTest.py", line 20, in ?
exec ("import " + mod)
File "<string>", line 1, in ?
ImportError: /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/kparts.so: undefined symbol:
I attached the modified configure.py, could you please have a look at it to
see what else might be wrong?
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