Hello,I can't perform the last update, because it says::: Synchronizing package databases...
lib32 is up to date
core is up to date
platform is up to date
desktop is up to date
apps is up to date
games is up to date
extra is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade...
:: Replace kdebindings-pykde4 with desktop/kdebindings-python2?
I have python 2.7 and just installed 3.2 (on 11.04) from the repos, anyone know what happens when I install PyQt4? (it's installed and working from the repos for 2.7).
I downloaded the latest version of sip/pyqt4 and the message from .configure indicated it was going to put some stuff in /usr/bin (and some in a python3.2 directory). I'm worried it would overwrite some 2.7 stuff.
dundee wrote:I have another problem.It's a message during package making:Makefile:367: *** Error: The required 'PyQt4' module can't be found; ensure it's attached to 'Python v3' before building. Stop.PyQt is installed.How can I solve it?Just install "python3-pyqt4" package. It worked for me!
i'm a happy 6.4 user, but got some problems running pyqt4 on it.
i installed all pyqt4 packages.
but when i run from PyQt4.QtCore import *, i got the following
>>> from PyQt4.QtCore import *
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
There are many syntax differences in python3. For example, the very first programming lesson of python2:print 'Hello World!'won't work in python 3. It has to beprint('Hello World!')But you can keep both python2 and python3 in archlinux. Just remember python means python3 and python2 means of course python2.