FreeBSD Port: qtiplot-0.9.7.5
mrossi at swin.edu.au
Sun Mar 29 16:42:24 PDT 2009
Max Brazhnikov wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Mar 2009 14:23:20 +1100, Mattia Rossi wrote:
>> as the qtiplot-0.9.7.2 port just didn't want to install python
>> scripting, I thought it's a qtiplot issue and tried to install qtiplot
>> 0.9.7.5. Well didn't work so well without all the patching, so I finally
>> got a working installation, by creating a new port.
> Don't get you problem. Do you build qtiplot with PYTHON option enabled?
That's the point. I did enable Python, but it didn't show up as
scripting language in QtiPlot.
>> I have no idea whether this was the correct way of patching qtiplot, as
>> I'm using the shipped 3rdparty qwt and qwt3dplot rather than system wide
>> installations (the shipped ones contain some slight adaptations for
>> qtiplot). The port works for me anyhow, I have qtiplot 0.9.7.5 and can
>> do Python scripting.
>> Have no idea how to generate the package-plist so I used the old one.
>> Have a look at the tarball, and maybe you can create a proper release soon.
> I've updated qwt and qtiplot locally, I'll commit them after some testing.
> You could try them as well:
> Update qwt first and then build qtiplot. I've enabled python support by
> default, it's considered as stable now.
It installed and runs properly for now, and Python scripting seems to work.
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