Re: Ubuntu Python -dbg packages
On 1/6/2013 3:21 PM, Lee Harr wrote:
>> On 1/6/2013 8:42 AM, Lee Harr wrote:
>>> I am using:
>>> Ubuntu 12.10
>>> Python 3.2.3
>> import has been considerably redone, and hopefully upgraded, in 3.3.
> Ok, so now I tried python3.3-dbg but I don't think the pyqt
> modules are compiled for 3.3 and that may be preventing
> the import there.
> Those extension modules would need to be compiled for
> an exactly matching python interpreter, right?
For Windows visual C compiler, that is true. I do not know about gcc on
*nix. I have gotten the impression that it is not necessarily so, except
as the C api has changed in a way that affects the extension library.
(Given that 3.3 is 3 months old, after 6 months of alpha/beta releases,
and has some major improvements, it is past time for libraries that need
recompiling to be so.)
>>> I also have the ubuntu -dbg packages:
>>> I don't understand why python3-dbg cannot import the PyQt4 modules...
>> Is PyQtr.__file__ the same here, as below?
> Yes. It's the same.
> Sorry, that's what I meant to show there.
> $ python3
> Python 3.2.3 (default, Oct 19 2012, 19:53:57)
> [GCC 4.7.2] on linux2
> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>>> import PyQt4
>>> $ python3-dbg
>>> Python 3.2.3 (default, Oct 19 2012, 19:58:54)
>>> [GCC 4.7.2] on linux2
>>>>>> import PyQt4
>>> [60323 refs]
>>> [60323 refs]
>>>>>> import PyQt4.QtCore
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
>>> ImportError: No module named QtCore
>>> [150996 refs]
> So, python3-dbg _should_ be able to import this?
Given that python3 and python3-dbg import the same PyQt4 file, and that
you spell PyQt4.QtCore the same (I checked), I am as surprised as you.
Perhaps there is a bug in the import of the dbg build finding modules in
packages, but that is so basic, that would surprise me also. Try running
test/test_imp, _import, _importhooks, _importlib with both binaries
(because you are looking for a different).
On Windows, with 3.3, interactively in IDLE, I get
>>> import test.test_imp as t; t.test_main()
Ran 29 tests in 0.134s
Ran 48 tests in 0.953s
Ran 4 tests in 0.169s
Ran 288 tests in 1.684s
Note that the above invocation runs in verbose mode, so if there is a
difference, you can find the specific test. The skips are usually system
specific. For instance, the one skip in the first batch is
test_issue5604 (test.test_imp.ImportTests) ... skipped "can't run this
test with mbcs as filesystem encoding"
The others were for other posix-windows differences.
> Any ideas about the python3-pyqt4-dbg modules mentioned originally?
No. I stuck to what looked like might be easier.
Terry Jan Reedy
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