Opened 18 years ago

Closed 17 years ago

#120 closed enhancement (fixed)

Windows doesn't have python installed by default

Reported by: diane Owned by: diane
Priority: major Milestone: Few Small Repairs
Component: Qt Gui Version:
Keywords: Cc:

Description

If we're to use python for some glue logic, there's a problem of where to assume the python standard libraries are. On linux and OS X, its safe as python is usually installed.

Windows however...

Change History (5)

comment:1 by diane, 17 years ago

The only reason this matters is because I tried using python's webbrowser.open to open the documentation. A simple solution is to use QAssistant on windows and webbrowser.open on linux and os x (until I figure out how to install QAssistant).

comment:2 by diane, 17 years ago

I implemented something to deal with this in [407] however I'm not closing the ticket until after brandon tests it.

comment:3 by diane, 17 years ago

Blech looks like windows needs a -lQtCore4 after QtAssistant to get everything to link properly.

comment:4 by diane, 17 years ago

Appears to be fixed, see [414] [413] [412] [407]

No none of those patches are particularly big.

comment:5 by diane, 17 years ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed
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