Installing QT for Python?


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On my previous question unfortunately there was no response either here or on stackoverflow. So thinking about how to make sure the server has the latest version of QT. If I understand correctly PyQt is just a set of bindings, and the library is not there — only interfaces. In this connection a question — how to install QT and where, that everything was the latest versions? For windows I just downloaded a set of binaries here. Actually I don't even know how to check the version of installed libraries :(


PS And Yes the server is FreeBSD 8.0. The administrator says installed PyQt-x11-gpl-4.8.1 but I do not greatly believe him.
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PyQT impossible to deliver without QT because he link
if you think that your sysop you Fucks, you stupid ass
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At least need:
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devel/py-sip lang/python26, devel/qt4-corelib, devel/qt4-moc devel/qmake4, devel/qscintilla2
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qt lives on qt.nokia.com for a race right here: qt.nokia.com/downloads ftp.qt.nokia.com/but it is better to put from ports native Qt + PyQt PyQt but he lives where You wrote: www.riverbankcomputing.com/software/pyqt/download. Well, in the ports for Prachi is comprendia binaries as on the website of sorti You to pass away and collect it myself
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Have you tried PySide? Actually, I'm a long time about it heard nothing, but had to develop stronger and such problems would not be allowed, as described by you in the old question.
To manage python libraries, there is a set of utilities setuptools. For this there is a public registry of packages:
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