[PyQt] pyqtdeploy building demo problem with NDK

Ronald Petit elronaldpetit at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 15:34:53 BST 2018

I'm seeing on the pyqtdeploy plugin that there's a "qt_dir" option to use
an existing qt installation, I can just build the fresh Qt and then use
that, I think is easier, but I think build-demo.py doesn't support qt_dir,
or this qt_dir is an environmental variable?

El jue., 2 ago. 2018 a las 9:52, Phil Thompson (<phil at riverbankcomputing.com>)

> On 2 Aug 2018, at 2:44 pm, Ronald Petit <elronaldpetit at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Sorry, it is not package manager, is archive manager, what Linux uses to
> extract files from compressed ones.
> I assume you are talking about some GUI tool that is a wrapper around the
> real unarchiver (which is tar).
> > And sorry again to be so annoying, but I really want to get this
> working, I doubt that my Python doesn't support .xz, I'm using python 3.7,
> and python is supposed to support .xz from 3.3, unless pyqtdeploy-sysroot
> is using python 2.7 I don't see why I'm getting that error.
> Python will only support .xz if support for it was available when Python
> was built.
> > Where I can modify how pyqtdeploy-sysroot extracts tar files?, seems
> like a common error when a tar file have multiple folders inside, which
> have no sense, as Qt have one single folder with a lot of folders and files
> inside
> As I said, if you want to change the way Qt is built the you need to
> provide your own plugin that does what you want...
> http://pyqt.sourceforge.net/Docs/pyqtdeploy/sysroot.html#writing-a-component-plugin
> Obviously the easiest thing to do is to take the one included with
> pyqtdeploy and modify it.
> Phil
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