[CLAM] Problem with compiling simple examples with scons
parumi at iua.upf.edu
Tue Nov 11 08:19:07 PST 2008
are you using the needed Qt4.4 ?
El dt 11 de 11 de 2008 a les 10:27 -0500, en/na eparzy at aol.com va
> I have a little problem with compiling the code examples that are in
> the wiki... I am new with using mingw and scons; I could compile the
> clam library itself, but now I want to compile these code examples to
> get familiar with the (I will need to make my own classes for my
> I tried with the first example
> (http://clam.iua.upf.edu/wikis/clam/index.php/Constructing_and_playing_a_simple_network), using the given sconstruct file (http://clam.iua.upf.edu/wikis/clam/index.php/Minimal_SConstruct_to_build_with_CLAM_and_Qt4).
> I try to compile it by typing that in the console in the directory
> where i have the sconstruct and main.cxx files:
> $ scons clam_prefix='c:/mingw/local'
> I get these errors:
> TypeError: exceptions must be classes or instances, not str:
> File "D:\medialogy\med7\project\prog\SConstruct", line 23:
> env.Tool('qt4', toolpath=[clam_sconstoolspath])
> File "c:\Python26\Lib\site-packages\scons-1.1.0\SCons
> \Environment.py", line 1632:
> File "c:\Python26\Lib\site-packages\scons-1.1.0\SCons\Tool
> \__init__.py", line 181:
> apply(self.generate, ( env, ) + args, kw)
> File "C:\mingw\local\share\clam\sconstools\qt4.py", line 258:
> QT4_LUPDATE = locateQt4Command(env,'lupdate', env['QTDIR']),
> File "C:\mingw\local\share\clam\sconstools\qt4.py", line 238:
> raise "Qt4 command '" + command + "' not found. Tried: " + ',
> I then tried commenting env.Tool('qt4',
> toolpath=[clam_sconstoolspath]) and the lines in the
> env.EnableQt4Modules call (I don't plan to use Qt classes later on).
> . Trying to compile with the same console command as before, I get:
> ValueError: list.remove(x): x not in list:
> File "D:\medialogy\med7\project\prog\SConstruct", line 60:
> So in this case it seems that it's not even finding the main file...
> Can somebody give me a hint about what's going wrong? It might be
> something trivial, as I said before I am really not used to scons and
> python scripting...
> Thanks a lot in advance for help!
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