dbus-python for windows

est electronixtar at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 21:26:20 CET 2008


There exists a pre-compiled binary for dbus it was primary wirtten for
deluge win32 port http://www.slurdge.org/deluge-on-windows

There exists a pre-compiled binary for dbus it was primary wirtten for
deluge win32 port http://www.slurdge.org/deluge-on-windows

On Jan 15, 9:14 pm, Suraj Barkale <su... at barkale.com> wrote:
> est <electronixtar <at> gmail.com> writes:
>
> > I am trying to port Scribes to Windows,
>
> Hi there like minded fellow
>
> > sourceforge.net/projects/windbus/≥ but it not for Python, so how could
> > I install dbus module for Windows Python 2.5 ?
>
> I have also started to dabble in windbus-python for the sake of Scribes. I have
> following observations:
> 1. I don't have Visual Studio 2003 (required for compiling Python 2.x modules)
> so alternative is to use MinGW. Follow instructions athttp://js.cx/~justin/mingwYou can skip the GtkGLExt part.
> 2. Checkout windbus from sourceforge, apply the patch (patch.exe doesn't work on
> Vista. Rename it to p4tch.exe)
> 3. Follow the windows build instructions for windbus. It gets compiled correctly
> :).
> 4. dbus-python has dependency on dbus AND dbus-glib. But all my attempts of
> getting dbus-glib to build have failed so for.
> 5. dbus-python looks at wrong place for python headers, this is very easy to
> connect and if we can get dbus-glib to build then we are there :)
>
> I will keep banging my head & let you know once I have cracked it (or the
> dbus-python :)
>
> P.S. Please CC me in your reply as I am not on the list.
>
> Regards,
> Suraj




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