danu kusmana | 2 Nov 03:01 2004
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test email... ignore

test if im already in boa milist

		
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Werner F. Bruhin | 2 Nov 12:21 2004
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Re: test email... ignore

Hi Danu,

You definitely are!

See you
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Bill Harris | 4 Nov 19:08 2004
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Boa install problem - Fedora 2

I have been running Boa under Windows for a while.
I recently installed Fedora 2 and would like to run Boa there.

However, I understand that Boa will not (yet) run with wxPython 2.5
The binaries for wxPython 2.4 are not available for Fedora 2
The source rpm for wxPython 2.4 will not rebuild properly on Fedora 2 (I get
an error saying the GTK+ libraries can't be found).

From articles I read, it appears that a patch needs to be applied to the
wxPython 2.4 src rpm to make the build work under Fedora 2.

Is this correct? Is such a patch available? Any other suggestions?

Thanks,
Bill Harris
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Christian Sell | 4 Nov 20:40 2004
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Re: Boa install problem - Fedora 2

> From articles I read, it appears that a patch needs to be applied to the
> wxPython 2.4 src rpm to make the build work under Fedora 2.
>
> Is this correct? Is such a patch available? Any other suggestions?

Hi,

I upgraded my SuSE Linux box to the new 9.2 release today, which is based on GTK
2.4. After that, wxWindows/Python would not run because of unresoved symbols.
After some investigation I went ahead and backported the (few) code lines in
question from the 2.5.2.8 release back into the 2.4.2.4 which is required by
boa. Rebuilt and installed from source and all is well.

If anyone cares I will post the 2 affected files

Christian

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Werner F. Bruhin | 4 Nov 20:43 2004
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Re: Boa install problem - Fedora 2

Hi Bill,

Would suggest to post this question on a wxPython list, you might get 
better results.

e.g. wxpython-users@...

See you
Werner

Bill Harris wrote:
> I have been running Boa under Windows for a while.
> I recently installed Fedora 2 and would like to run Boa there.
> 
> However, I understand that Boa will not (yet) run with wxPython 2.5
> The binaries for wxPython 2.4 are not available for Fedora 2
> The source rpm for wxPython 2.4 will not rebuild properly on Fedora 2 (I get
> an error saying the GTK+ libraries can't be found).
> 
> From articles I read, it appears that a patch needs to be applied to the
> wxPython 2.4 src rpm to make the build work under Fedora 2.
> 
> Is this correct? Is such a patch available? Any other suggestions?
> 
> Thanks,
> Bill Harris
> {PGP Key ID: 2D10 DD0A}
> 
> 
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Yuriy Tkachenko | 6 Nov 18:55 2004
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Re: Boa install problem - Fedora 2

Bill Harris wrote:

> I have been running Boa under Windows for a while.
> I recently installed Fedora 2 and would like to run Boa there.
> 
> However, I understand that Boa will not (yet) run with wxPython 2.5
> The binaries for wxPython 2.4 are not available for Fedora 2
> The source rpm for wxPython 2.4 will not rebuild properly on Fedora 2 (I get
> an error saying the GTK+ libraries can't be found).
> 
>>From articles I read, it appears that a patch needs to be applied to the
> wxPython 2.4 src rpm to make the build work under Fedora 2.
> 
> Is this correct? Is such a patch available? Any other suggestions?
> 

See http://newrpms.sunsite.dk/apt/redhat/en/i386/fc2/RPMS.newrpms/

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Endre Szabo | 16 Nov 06:54 2004
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Problems with wxMaskedNumCtrl


Hi everybody

Using a wxMaskedNumCtrl (Palette, wxPython.lib tab),
attempting to set the integerWidth and/or
fractionWidth properties results in error. Attempting
to set both of these props programatically, results in
error too.
The control's demo in wxPython's demo app works
properly.
What to do?

Thanks
Endre

		
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Werner F. Bruhin | 16 Nov 10:02 2004
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Re: Problems with wxMaskedNumCtrl

Hi Endre,

Put a small sample together which shows the error and attach it to a 
mail here, or on wxpython-users@...

See you
Werner

Endre Szabo wrote:
> Hi everybody
> 
> Using a wxMaskedNumCtrl (Palette, wxPython.lib tab),
> attempting to set the integerWidth and/or
> fractionWidth properties results in error. Attempting
> to set both of these props programatically, results in
> error too.
> The control's demo in wxPython's demo app works
> properly.
> What to do?
> 
> Thanks
> Endre
> 
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Anton Shmigirilov | 16 Nov 20:41 2004
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Segmentation fault in designer

Hello, boa-constructor-users.

I'm getting segfault in Designer when I add Menubar object into 
BoxSizer's window list (accidentally, i know that my actions are wrong 
but there must be warning window, not segfault ;)):

Designer > Add boxsizer > sizer's editor > add item > in Inspector, on 
'Constr' tab, in 'window' field select existing menubar.

Another remark:
Size of splash window is lesser than splash image. Therefore, splash 
window has (ugly) scrollbars.

My system: boa-constructor 0.3.1, wxPython 2.4.2.4 (gtk2, no unicode), 
python 2.3.4, linux.

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Re: Using MS ADO objects

Here you'll find a tutorial about this (in portuguese):
http://www.pythonbrasil.com.br/moin.cgi/PythonComAdo

Hugs,

Junior

"Endre Szabo" <sze_mail@...> escreveu na
mensagem news:20041015120122.44835.qmail@...

Hello

I want to use MS ADO objects for database programming.
They are in some .dll-s. How can I work with them from
within Python -- the general problem is how to
reference an object etc. in a dll ?

Thanks
Enre

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