problem building qt4-x11 on SL

Frédéric Dubois Frederic.Dubois at
Sat Dec 3 02:15:19 PST 2011


Pythonocc uses occ (or oce), an open-source CAD library, which relies on 
Therefore I try to uses a python based gui able to manage X11.
I tried :
   - py-xlib but its only available for python 2.4
   - wxPython but it seems it only compiles i386 and I was not able to 
obtain a 64-bits library
   - pyQt + qt4-x11 but this last library is broken.

It would be great that one of these possibilities works with python2.7 + 
64 bits + Snow Leopard.
By the way I will see with pythonocc developers if it exists an other 

Thanks for help and your nice job.

PS: oce + pythonocc seem to be a nice approach for people needing a CAD 
tool (with python scripting) and
for free.

Le 03/12/11 03:56, Ryan Schmidt a écrit :
> Remember to Reply All so the discussion stays on the mailing list.
> On Dec 2, 2011, at 16:00, Frédéric Dubois wrote:
>> ;-) its a long story ... in fact I try to build pythonocc on Mac ( and
>> it seems this package (qt4-x11) is mandatory (even if deprecated as you told me) ...
>> I guess I need to ask some additional explanation to pythonocc developers.
> I haven't had a chance to thoroughly look through their web site. Where does it say that it needs qt4-x11? Have you tried what happens if you just install qt4-mac instead?
>> By the way what is the current qt-x11 up to date release ?
> qt4-x11 could presumably be updated to the latest version of Qt, i.e. the same as the qt4-mac port: 4.7.4. But nobody has done so.

Frédéric Dubois, Eng, PhD
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