[Qgis-developer] PyQgis on Windows
wonder.sk at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 06:19:27 EDT 2007
I'm wondering what's the reason of "replacing some PyQt4 binaries with
compatible ones" ...?
You also write that shipping with PyQt4 makes the package very
bloated. Do you include full binary installer from the pyqt download
page (i.e. PyQt-Py2.5-gpl-4.3.1-1.exe) ? It would suffice to install
just stuff that's in Python's site-packages directory: sip.pyd,
sipconfig.py and the whole PyQt4 dir.
On 10/15/07, Tisham Dhar <tisham at apogee.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> Spot on what I am planning to do.
> Instead of autodownloading the dependencies I can package them in with
> the Qgis installer and leave them out if a system installed version is
> located, and a Python free version has to be definitely offered.
> Any other windows packagers willing to join the effort and make a Python
> free version so that I can get the with python one sorted are welcome.
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