dam at opencsw.org
Wed Oct 14 21:38:50 CEST 2015
> Am 14.10.2015 um 21:21 schrieb William Sleeman IV <william.sleemaniv at vcuhealth.org>:
> I have been able to install and run PyQt and related packages on Solaris 10 without any problem. What I need to do is to import the PyQt binding through 64-bit Python 3.1 which is part of a commercial product. From the best I can tell, there are no 64-bit packages for either QT4 or PyQt in the opencsw repository. Does anyone have an hint of how to compile this stuff with the 64 bit flag? Downloading the standard sources and manually configuring and compiling appears to be a huge ordeal.
Well, the recipe we used to make the packages is not really trivial:
The dependencies are already in 64 bit available as far as I can tell.
We don’t have PyQt in 64 bit because we don’t have Python in 64 bit:
> Ford Sleeman
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