[PyQt] BUG: Header files that do not exist in iOS (PATCH included)
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Thu Dec 24 23:22:47 GMT 2015
On 24 Dec 2015, at 9:00 pm, David Morris <othalan at othalan.net> wrote:
> I am attempting to add the Python "socket" module to my iOS application, however compilation fails because of two missing header files:
> Included from: socketmodule.h
> Build Environment:
> Xcode : 7.1
> Python : 3.4.3
> Qt : 5.5.1
> PyQt : 5.5.1
> pyqtdeploy: 1.1
> Compile OS: OSX Yosemite (10.10.5)
> Target : ios-64 (iPad mini 4)
> Target OS : 9.1
> These header files do not exist in Xcode for the iphoneos platform (though it does exist for OSX and the iPhone Simulator). This can be verified with the following command:
> find /Applications/Xcode.app -name sys_domain.h -o -name kern_control.h
> Examining source code for pyqtdeploy, I found the file pyqtdeploy/python/pyconfig.py sets the #define which control these features for each platform. Removing "ios=1" for each header file seems fixes the problem. See the attached patch file.
> I have tested this patch both against the version 1.1 branch and against the latest code in the tip of the mercurial repository.
> Can this patch please be included in the next release of pyqtdeploy?
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