[PyQt] Building SIP project

Jens Thoms Toerring jt at toerring.de
Tue Jul 5 21:33:20 BST 2011

Hi Armando,

On Tue, Jul 05, 2011 at 08:11:03PM +0200, Vicente Sole wrote:
> Take a look at the configure.py script of the PyQwt library. If I
> have properly understood the way it works, it takes care of that
> problem creating a temporary directory copying the files that have
> actually changed.
> Look for the lazy_copy_file method in:
> http://pyqwt.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pyqwt/pyqwt5/configure/configure.py?revision=1.45&view=markup

Thanks for the tip and the link. After Matt's email I al-
ready cobbled together something that seems to work in a
similar way. But it for sure is worth comparing to what's
used in PyQwt since I'm rather a beginner with Python;-)

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