wxPython under linux

Robin Dunn robin at alldunn.com
Tue Jun 22 07:13:38 CEST 1999


>I've installed the wxPython rpm under RH 6.0
>and I'm having the following problems.
>
>First, python can't locate the main module.
>wx.py is located in /usr/lib/python1.5/site-packages/wxPython.
>I've tried adding this path to PYTHONPATH but it
>still has no effect.


This should work if you are using wxPython as a package, e.g from
"wxPython.wx import *".  In other words, the wxPython directory does not
need to be on the PYTHONPATH, but the directory which contains it.  (And the
site-packages directory is supposed to be there automagically.)

>
>Second, I can copy a simply script to the wxPython
>directory and run it from there, however, if I'm
>under KDE it fails with X-errors.  If I switch to
>a generic window manager the script runs fine.
>

I havn't heard of this one.  What kind of X-errors?  GTK and KDE are
supposed to play nice together and I havn't had any troubles in this area.
(Though I don't run KDE that often...)

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