Best Python Editor (under Linux)
markus_wankus at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 3 22:26:38 CET 2003
Someone seems to be keeping up to it, for Debian anyway.
Jeff Kowalczyk wrote:
> I second this call for RPMs. I've been trying off and on for two weeks getting the
> supporting libraries (particulary QScintilla) to build install correctly on RedHat8. I
> almost had PyQt and QScintilla going from the RH7.3 src RPMS provided on Freshmeat, but
> the build dies late in the game. I've never even gotten eric3's dependencies satisfied.
> Based on the nice pictures I can see from the website, I think there's going to be a lot
> of happy new eric3 users if the binary packaging made it easier to get up and running on
> the latest major distros.
>>Yes, please someone package (eric3) up! I have been dying to try this out,
>>and have been trying to install PyQt/Qscintilla for a few days now. I
>>spent the holidays setting up a fresh Linux box at home for the sole
>>purpose of trying eric3 out. I have yet to experience success. I
>>cannot seem to compile PyQt/Qscintilla properly for eric to install.
>>All of the issues seem to be related to Qt and it messing with the
>>compile stages of PyQt/Qscintilla.
>>The binaries on sourceforge are next to useless for the latest eric3
>>because the PyQt RPMS don't have Qscintilla support in them! I'm sure
>>there would be a lot more interest in this editor/debugger if it would
>>install effortlessly (well...reasonably effortlessly - at least have the
>>supporting packages compile properly).
>>(BTW - I am currently running Mandrake 9)
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