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john fabiani`
Hi,

Python 3.6.x, pip 19.x in a venv.

I am trying to install wxPython 4.0.4 using "pip install wxpython" I get the following error:

checking for GST... configure: WARNING: GStreamer 1.0 not available, falling back to 0.10
    checking for GST... configure: WARNING: GStreamer 0.10 not available, falling back to 0.8
    configure: WARNING: wxMediaCtrl can't be built because GStreamer not available
    configure: error: wxMediaCtrl was explicitly requested but can't be built.
   
        Fix the problems reported above or don't use --enable-mediactrl configure option.

First I have GStreamer 1.25 installed including the development package.  And second how do I turn off the "mediactrl" using pip?

Thanks in advance,

Johnf

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Thu, 24 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

> Python 3.6.x, pip 19.x in a venv.
>
> I am trying to install wxPython 4.0.4 using "pip install wxpython" I get the
> following error:
>
> checking for GST... configure: WARNING: GStreamer 1.0 not available, falling
> back to 0.10
>     checking for GST... configure: WARNING: GStreamer 0.10 not available,
> falling back to 0.8
>     configure: WARNING: wxMediaCtrl can't be built because GStreamer not
> available
>     configure: error: wxMediaCtrl was explicitly requested but can't be
> built.
>    
>         Fix the problems reported above or don't use --enable-mediactrl
> configure option.
>
> First I have GStreamer 1.25 installed including the development package. 
> And second how do I turn off the "mediactrl" using pip?
You can't turn off mediactrl using pip.

Which exact gstreamer packages do you have installed?  As far as I can see
there isn't a 1.25 - 1.15.1 is the latest.

Scott

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
Sorry I miss- typed it's 1.12.5.

I was able to get around the that issue by following Ed Leafe's email on the list.
But now I have run into a new error.

 In file included from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/defs.h:27:0,
                     from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/wx.h:14,
                     from ../../../../wx/include/wxPython/wxpy_api.h:41,
                     from ../../../../sip/cpp/sipAPI_core.h:19840,
                     from ../../../../sip/cpp/sip_corewxMaximizeEvent.cpp:10:
    ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/platform.h:183:10: fatal error: wx/setup.h: No such file or directory
     #include "wx/setup.h"
              ^~~~~~~~~~~~
    compilation terminated.

I have looked for the setup.h for the wxWidgets and did find one for GTK3 at the wxWidgets website (from source) but now I am not sure where it should be placed. 

You know this reminds me of 10 years ago where it was very difficult to get wxPython installed.  Does anybody have wxPython 4.0.4 working on OpenSuse 15.x???

Again thanks in advance,

Johnf

On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 7:10 PM Scott Talbert <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Thu, 24 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

> Python 3.6.x, pip 19.x in a venv.
>
> I am trying to install wxPython 4.0.4 using "pip install wxpython" I get the
> following error:
>
> checking for GST... configure: WARNING: GStreamer 1.0 not available, falling
> back to 0.10
>     checking for GST... configure: WARNING: GStreamer 0.10 not available,
> falling back to 0.8
>     configure: WARNING: wxMediaCtrl can't be built because GStreamer not
> available
>     configure: error: wxMediaCtrl was explicitly requested but can't be
> built.
>    
>         Fix the problems reported above or don't use --enable-mediactrl
> configure option.
>
> First I have GStreamer 1.25 installed including the development package. 
> And second how do I turn off the "mediactrl" using pip?

You can't turn off mediactrl using pip.

Which exact gstreamer packages do you have installed?  As far as I can see
there isn't a 1.25 - 1.15.1 is the latest.

Scott

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Thu, 24 Jan 2019, John Fabiani wrote:

> Sorry I miss- typed it's 1.12.5.
>
> I was able to get around the that issue by following Ed Leafe's email on the
> list.
> But now I have run into a new error.
>
>  In file included from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/defs.h:27:0,
>                      from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/wx.h:14,
>                      from ../../../../wx/include/wxPython/wxpy_api.h:41,
>                      from ../../../../sip/cpp/sipAPI_core.h:19840,
>                      from
> ../../../../sip/cpp/sip_corewxMaximizeEvent.cpp:10:
>     ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/platform.h:183:10: fatal error:
> wx/setup.h: No such file or directory
>      #include "wx/setup.h"
>               ^~~~~~~~~~~~
>     compilation terminated.
>
> I have looked for the setup.h for the wxWidgets and did find one for GTK3 at
> the wxWidgets website (from source) but now I am not sure where it should be
> placed. 
>
> You know this reminds me of 10 years ago where it was very difficult to get
> wxPython installed.  Does anybody have wxPython 4.0.4 working on OpenSuse
> 15.x???
That file is auto-generated during the wxWidgets build, so it seems that
something still went wrong with your wxWidgets build.  Can you post the
full build logs somewhere?

Scott

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
Yes I can but are you talking about the messages from the pip install or something else?

FYI: I have created a VM (16 GB of ram, 100GB storage) using Ubuntu 18.04 desktop and have attempted top install wxPython 4.0.4 for python3.7.
So far it has taken way over an hour and it still hasn't completed.  Is that normal??  It does appear to be running and has not error-ed out.

Johnf

On 01/25/2019 06:18 AM, Scott Talbert wrote:
On Thu, 24 Jan 2019, John Fabiani wrote:

Sorry I miss- typed it's 1.12.5.

I was able to get around the that issue by following Ed Leafe's email on the
list.
But now I have run into a new error.

 In file included from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/defs.h:27:0,
                     from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/wx.h:14,
                     from ../../../../wx/include/wxPython/wxpy_api.h:41,
                     from ../../../../sip/cpp/sipAPI_core.h:19840,
                     from
../../../../sip/cpp/sip_corewxMaximizeEvent.cpp:10:
    ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/platform.h:183:10: fatal error:
wx/setup.h: No such file or directory
     #include "wx/setup.h"
              ^~~~~~~~~~~~
    compilation terminated.

I have looked for the setup.h for the wxWidgets and did find one for GTK3 at
the wxWidgets website (from source) but now I am not sure where it should be
placed. 

You know this reminds me of 10 years ago where it was very difficult to get
wxPython installed.  Does anybody have wxPython 4.0.4 working on OpenSuse
15.x???

That file is auto-generated during the wxWidgets build, so it seems that something still went wrong with your wxWidgets build.  Can you post the full build logs somewhere?

Scott


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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Fri, 25 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

> Yes I can but are you talking about the messages from the pip install or
> something else?

Yes.

> FYI: I have created a VM (16 GB of ram, 100GB storage) using Ubuntu 18.04
> desktop and have attempted top install wxPython 4.0.4 for python3.7.
> So far it has taken way over an hour and it still hasn't completed.  Is that
> normal??  It does appear to be running and has not error-ed out.

How many CPU's did you give the VM?  It does take a long time to build
wxPython.  Over an hour is not out of the question.

BTW, if you are using Ubuntu 18.04, there is a distribution package for
wxPython available that you can just apt-get install: python3-wxgtk4.0.
It is version 4.0.1 though.

Scott

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
The VM finished and I can import wx.
I have attached the file with then entire messages from pip

Thanks for you help with this issue.


Johnf

On 01/25/2019 07:11 AM, Scott Talbert wrote:
On Fri, 25 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

Yes I can but are you talking about the messages from the pip install or
something else?

Yes.

FYI: I have created a VM (16 GB of ram, 100GB storage) using Ubuntu 18.04
desktop and have attempted top install wxPython 4.0.4 for python3.7.
So far it has taken way over an hour and it still hasn't completed.  Is that
normal??  It does appear to be running and has not error-ed out.

How many CPU's did you give the VM?  It does take a long time to build wxPython.  Over an hour is not out of the question.

BTW, if you are using Ubuntu 18.04, there is a distribution package for wxPython available that you can just apt-get install: python3-wxgtk4.0. It is version 4.0.1 though.

Scott


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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Robin Dunn
To debug this further you'll probably need to grab the source tarball and do the build steps in a workspace where that tarball was unpacked. You can get the file from PyPI.

The first step after unpacking the source is to do just the wxWidgets part of the build, with:

    python build.py build_wx

The generated wx/setup.h should then be found under ./build/wxbld, probably under ./build/wxbld/lib. There has been some reports of lib vs. lib64 being used, and the wx-config script (what wxPython uses to find the correct compile flags) not outputting the correct path. If that's the case then making a symlink from one to the other will probably fix the wxPython part of the build.

The next step is to build wxPython, with:

    python build.py build_py

Followed by building the wheel if the wxPython build was successful:

    python build.py bdist_wheel

If you can get it that far then you have a wheel for your machine and python that can be installed with pip in your venvs, or wherever else it's needed.

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On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 7:39:03 AM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
The VM finished and I can import wx.
I have attached the file with then entire messages from pip

Thanks for you help with this issue.


Johnf

On 01/25/2019 07:11 AM, Scott Talbert wrote:
On Fri, 25 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

Yes I can but are you talking about the messages from the pip install or
something else?

Yes.

FYI: I have created a VM (16 GB of ram, 100GB storage) using Ubuntu 18.04
desktop and have attempted top install wxPython 4.0.4 for python3.7.
So far it has taken way over an hour and it still hasn't completed.  Is that
normal??  It does appear to be running and has not error-ed out.

How many CPU's did you give the VM?  It does take a long time to build wxPython.  Over an hour is not out of the question.

BTW, if you are using Ubuntu 18.04, there is a distribution package for wxPython available that you can just apt-get install: python3-wxgtk4.0. It is version 4.0.1 though.

Scott


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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
Still failing below is the display info - I don't see any issue with the path???  But then again I'm not sure what I'm looking at????

linux-bymi:/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4 # python3 build.py build_py
Will build using: "/usr/bin/python3"
3.6.5 (default, Mar 31 2018, 19:45:04) [GCC]
Python's architecture is 64bit
cfg.VERSION: 4.0.4

Running command: build_py
Checking for /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8...
"/usr/bin/python3" /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3" --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build
Setting top to                           : /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4
Setting out to                           : /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3
Checking for 'gcc' (C compiler)          : /usr/bin/gcc
Checking for 'g++' (C++ compiler)        : /usr/bin/g++
Checking for program 'python'            : /usr/bin/python3
Checking for python version >= 2.7.0     : 3.6.5
python-config                            : /usr/bin/python3-config
Asking python-config for pyembed '--cflags --libs --ldflags' flags : yes
Testing pyembed configuration                                      : yes
Asking python-config for pyext '--cflags --libs --ldflags' flags   : yes
Testing pyext configuration                                        : yes
Finding libs for WX                                                : yes
Finding libs for WXADV                                             : yes
Finding libs for WXSTC                                             : yes
Finding libs for WXHTML                                            : yes
Finding libs for WXGL                                              : yes
Finding libs for WXWEBVIEW                                         : yes
Finding libs for WXXML                                             : yes
Finding libs for WXXRC                                             : yes
Finding libs for WXRICHTEXT                                        : yes
Finding libs for WXMEDIA                                           : yes
Finding libs for WXRIBBON                                          : yes
Finding libs for WXPROPGRID                                        : yes
Finding libs for WXAUI                                             : yes
'configure' finished successfully (2.144s)
Waf: Entering directory `/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3'
[  1/869] Compiling sip/siplib/qtlib.c
[  2/869] Compiling sip/siplib/bool.cpp
[  3/869] Compiling sip/siplib/apiversions.c
[  4/869] Compiling sip/siplib/objmap.c
[  5/869] Compiling sip/siplib/voidptr.c
[  6/869] Compiling sip/siplib/int_convertors.c
[  7/869] Compiling sip/siplib/array.c
[  8/869] Compiling sip/siplib/threads.c
[  9/869] Compiling sip/siplib/descriptors.c
[ 10/869] Compiling sip/siplib/siplib.c
[ 11/869] Compiling sip/cpp/sip_corewxMaximizeEvent.cpp
[ 12/869] Compiling sip/cpp/sip_corewxFileDataObject.cpp
In file included from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/defs.h:27:0,
                 from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/wx.h:14,
                 from ../../../../wx/include/wxPython/wxpy_api.h:41,
                 from ../../../../sip/cpp/sipAPI_core.h:19840,
                 from ../../../../sip/cpp/sip_corewxMaximizeEvent.cpp:10:
../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/platform.h:183:10: fatal error: wx/setup.h: No such file or directory
 #include "wx/setup.h"
          ^~~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.

In file included from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/defs.h:27:0,
                 from ../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/wx.h:14,
                 from ../../../../wx/include/wxPython/wxpy_api.h:41,
                 from ../../../../sip/cpp/sipAPI_core.h:19840,
                 from ../../../../sip/cpp/sip_corewxFileDataObject.cpp:10:
../../../../ext/wxWidgets/include/wx/platform.h:183:10: fatal error: wx/setup.h: No such file or directory
 #include "wx/setup.h"
          ^~~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.

Waf: Leaving directory `/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3'
Build failed
 -> task in '_core' failed with exit status 1 (run with -v to display more information)
 -> task in '_core' failed with exit status 1 (run with -v to display more information)
Command '"/usr/bin/python3" /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3" --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build ' failed with exit code 1.
Finished command: build_py (0m6.284s)


On 01/25/2019 08:19 AM, Robin Dunn wrote:
To debug this further you'll probably need to grab the source tarball and do the build steps in a workspace where that tarball was unpacked. You can get the file from PyPI.

The first step after unpacking the source is to do just the wxWidgets part of the build, with:

    python build.py build_wx

The generated wx/setup.h should then be found under ./build/wxbld, probably under ./build/wxbld/lib. There has been some reports of lib vs. lib64 being used, and the wx-config script (what wxPython uses to find the correct compile flags) not outputting the correct path. If that's the case then making a symlink from one to the other will probably fix the wxPython part of the build.

The next step is to build wxPython, with:

    python build.py build_py

Followed by building the wheel if the wxPython build was successful:

    python build.py bdist_wheel

If you can get it that far then you have a wheel for your machine and python that can be installed with pip in your venvs, or wherever else it's needed.

--
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On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 7:39:03 AM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
The VM finished and I can import wx.
I have attached the file with then entire messages from pip

Thanks for you help with this issue.


Johnf

On 01/25/2019 07:11 AM, Scott Talbert wrote:
On Fri, 25 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

Yes I can but are you talking about the messages from the pip install or
something else?

Yes.

FYI: I have created a VM (16 GB of ram, 100GB storage) using Ubuntu 18.04
desktop and have attempted top install wxPython 4.0.4 for python3.7.
So far it has taken way over an hour and it still hasn't completed.  Is that
normal??  It does appear to be running and has not error-ed out.

How many CPU's did you give the VM?  It does take a long time to build wxPython.  Over an hour is not out of the question.

BTW, if you are using Ubuntu 18.04, there is a distribution package for wxPython available that you can just apt-get install: python3-wxgtk4.0. It is version 4.0.1 though.

Scott


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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Robin Dunn


On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 9:09:05 AM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
Still failing below is the display info - I don't see any issue with the path???  But then again I'm not sure what I'm looking at????


Did you search for a `wx/setup.h` under build/wxbld? Where is it located?

Try adding --verbose to the build_py line so we can see the full command line passed to the compiler.

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
The location of setup:
./wxbld/gtk3/lib/wx/include/gtk3-unicode-3.0/wx/setup.h

Using "--vervose" (I it looked small so I added here)

linux-bymi:/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4 # python3 build.py build_py "--verbose"
Will build using: "/usr/bin/python3"
3.6.5 (default, Mar 31 2018, 19:45:04) [GCC]
Python's architecture is 64bit
cfg.VERSION: 4.0.4

Running command: build_py
Checking for /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8...
"/usr/bin/python3" /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --verbose --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config --verbose --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3" --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build
Setting top to                           : /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4
Setting out to                           : /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3
Checking for 'gcc' (C compiler)          : 15:32:41 runner ['/usr/bin/gcc', '-dM', '-E', '-']
/usr/bin/gcc
Checking for 'g++' (C++ compiler)        : 15:32:41 runner ['/usr/bin/g++', '-dM', '-E', '-']
/usr/bin/g++
Checking for program 'python'            : /usr/bin/python3
15:32:41 runner ['/usr/bin/python3', '-c', 'import imp;print(imp.get_tag())']
15:32:41 runner ['/usr/bin/python3', '-c', 'import sys\nfor x in sys.version_info: print(str(x))']
15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/python3', '-c', "from distutils.sysconfig import get_config_var, get_python_lib\n\nprint(repr(get_python_lib(standard_lib=0, prefix='/usr/local') or ''))"]
15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/python3', '-c', "from distutils.sysconfig import get_config_var, get_python_lib\n\nprint(repr(get_python_lib(plat_specific=1, standard_lib=0, prefix='/usr/local') or ''))"]
Checking for python version >= 2.7.0     : 3.6.5
15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/python3', '-c', "from distutils.sysconfig import get_config_var, get_python_lib\n\nprint(repr(get_config_var('prefix') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('SO') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('LDFLAGS') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('LIBDIR') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('LIBPL') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('INCLUDEPY') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('Py_ENABLE_SHARED') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('LDSHARED') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('CFLAGS') or ''))\nprint(repr(get_config_var('LDVERSION') or ''))"]
python-config                            : /usr/bin/python3-config
Asking python-config for pyembed '--cflags --libs --ldflags' flags : 15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/python3-config', '--cflags', '--libs', '--ldflags']
yes
Testing pyembed configuration                                      : 15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/g++', '-fmessage-length=0', '-grecord-gcc-switches', '-O2', '-fstack-protector-strong', '-funwind-tables', '-fasynchronous-unwind-tables', '-fstack-clash-protection', '-g', '-fmessage-length=0', '-grecord-gcc-switches', '-O2', '-fstack-protector-strong', '-funwind-tables', '-fasynchronous-unwind-tables', '-fstack-clash-protection', '-g', '-fwrapv', '-I/usr/include/python3.6m', '-DPYTHONDIR="/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages"', '-DPYTHONARCHDIR="/usr/local/lib64/python3.6/site-packages"', '-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2', '-DNDEBUG', '-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2', '-DOPENSSL_LOAD_CONF', '../test.cpp', '-c', '-o/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3/.conf_check_7330cf47e488f2bd95d86242ad7cdd55/testbuild/test.cpp.1.o']
15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/g++', '-Xlinker', '-export-dynamic', 'test.cpp.1.o', '-o/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3/.conf_check_7330cf47e488f2bd95d86242ad7cdd55/testbuild/testprog', '-Wl,-Bstatic', '-Wl,-Bdynamic', '-L/usr/lib64', '-lpython3.6m', '-lpthread', '-ldl', '-lutil', '-lm', '-lpython3.6m', '-lpthread', '-ldl', '-lutil', '-lm']
yes
Asking python-config for pyext '--cflags --libs --ldflags' flags   : 15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/python3-config', '--cflags', '--libs', '--ldflags']
yes
Testing pyext configuration                                        : 15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/g++', '-fPIC', '-fmessage-length=0', '-grecord-gcc-switches', '-O2', '-fstack-protector-strong', '-funwind-tables', '-fasynchronous-unwind-tables', '-fstack-clash-protection', '-g', '-fmessage-length=0', '-grecord-gcc-switches', '-O2', '-fstack-protector-strong', '-funwind-tables', '-fasynchronous-unwind-tables', '-fstack-clash-protection', '-g', '-fwrapv', '-I/usr/include/python3.6m', '-DPYTHONDIR="/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages"', '-DPYTHONARCHDIR="/usr/local/lib64/python3.6/site-packages"', '-DHAVE_PYEMBED=1', '-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2', '-DNDEBUG', '-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2', '-DOPENSSL_LOAD_CONF', '../test.cpp', '-c', '-o/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3/.conf_check_27e968fdb500a789bc96cc76d71fd670/testbuild/test.cpp.1.o']
15:32:42 runner ['/usr/bin/g++', '-shared', '-Xlinker', '-export-dynamic', 'test.cpp.1.o', '-o/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3/.conf_check_27e968fdb500a789bc96cc76d71fd670/testbuild/testprog.cpython-36m-x86_64-linux-gnu.so', '-Wl,-Bstatic', '-Wl,-Bdynamic', '-L/usr/lib64', '-lpython3.6m', '-lpthread', '-ldl', '-lutil', '-lm', '-lpython3.6m', '-lpthread', '-ldl', '-lutil', '-lm']
yes
Finding libs for WX                                                : 15:32:42 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXADV                                             : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'adv,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXSTC                                             : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'stc,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXHTML                                            : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'html,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXGL                                              : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'gl,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXWEBVIEW                                         : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'webview,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXXML                                             : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'xml,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXXRC                                             : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'xrc,xml,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXRICHTEXT                                        : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'richtext,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXMEDIA                                           : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'media,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXRIBBON                                          : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'ribbon,core,net', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXPROPGRID                                        : 15:32:43 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'propgrid,core', '--no-rpath']
yes
Finding libs for WXAUI                                             : 15:32:44 runner ['/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config', '--cxxflags', '--libs', 'aui,core', '--no-rpath']
yes
'configure' finished successfully (2.363s)
Waf: Entering directory `/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/waf/3.6/gtk3'
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Scripting.py", line 118, in waf_entry_point
    run_commands()
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Scripting.py", line 178, in run_commands
    ctx=run_command(cmd_name)
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Scripting.py", line 169, in run_command
    ctx.execute()
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Scripting.py", line 366, in execute
    return execute_method(self)
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Build.py", line 93, in execute
    self.execute_build()
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Build.py", line 96, in execute_build
    self.recurse([self.run_dir])
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/.waf3-2.0.8-206f2b7a89029e71942a2beb9e1bbbbd/waflib/Context.py", line 126, in recurse
    user_function(self)
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/wscript", line 570, in build
    makeETGRule(bld, 'etg/_core.py',       '_core',      'WX')
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/wscript", line 664, in makeETGRule
    source=getEtgSipCppFiles(etg) + rc,
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/buildtools/config.py", line 645, in getEtgSipCppFiles
    return _getSbfValue(etg, 'sources')
  File "/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/buildtools/config.py", line 638, in _getSbfValue
    for line in open(sbf):
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'sip/cpp/_core.sbf'
Command '"/usr/bin/python3" /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --verbose --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config --verbose --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3" --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build ' failed with exit code 2.
Finished command: build_py (0m3.28s)



On 01/25/2019 11:25 AM, Robin Dunn wrote:


On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 9:09:05 AM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
Still failing below is the display info - I don't see any issue with the path???  But then again I'm not sure what I'm looking at????


Did you search for a `wx/setup.h` under build/wxbld? Where is it located?

Try adding --verbose to the build_py line so we can see the full command line passed to the compiler.

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

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On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 3:35:08 PM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'sip/cpp/_core.sbf'
Command '"/usr/bin/python3" /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --verbose --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config --verbose --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3" --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build ' failed with exit code 2.
Finished command: build_py (0m3.28s)



Did you do something to clean up the workspace? I've just verified that that file is present in the source tarball. It is a generated file though, and not checked in to git, so if you downloaded an archive from github instead of using the source archive from PyPI then that would be another explanation why it is missing.

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Sat, 26 Jan 2019, Robin Dunn wrote:

> On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 3:35:08 PM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
>       FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory:
>       'sip/cpp/_core.sbf'
>       Command '"/usr/bin/python3"
>       /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --verbose
>       --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config
>       --verbose --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3"
>       --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build ' failed with exit code
>       2.
>       Finished command: build_py (0m3.28s)
>
>
>
> Did you do something to clean up the workspace? I've just verified that that
> file is present in the source tarball. It is a generated file though, and
> not checked in to git, so if you downloaded an archive from github instead
> of using the source archive from PyPI then that would be another explanation
> why it is missing.

I created an OpenSUSE Leap 15 VM on AWS.  I think I got the build to work,
I'll provide the details when it finishes (it's a bit slow due to using
the free instance type, t2.micro).

Scott

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

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I used  pypi.org source dated Jan 6, 2019 wxPython-4.0.4.tar.gz.

I do not understand the ref "Did you do so9mething to clean up the workspace".

I downloaded the file, used arc to un-zip, then ran the commands, in that folder.

But I see that someone is attempting to compile it on AWS.  I hope he can provide the wheel.


Johnf

On 01/26/2019 12:58 PM, Robin Dunn wrote:


On Friday, January 25, 2019 at 3:35:08 PM UTC-8, johnf wrote:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'sip/cpp/_core.sbf'
Command '"/usr/bin/python3" /u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/bin/waf-2.0.8 --verbose --wx_config=/u/Downloads/wxPython-4.0.4/build/wxbld/gtk3/wx-config --verbose --gtk3 --python="/usr/bin/python3" --out=build/waf/3.6/gtk3 configure build ' failed with exit code 2.
Finished command: build_py (0m3.28s)



Did you do something to clean up the workspace? I've just verified that that file is present in the source tarball. It is a generated file though, and not checked in to git, so if you downloaded an archive from github instead of using the source archive from PyPI then that would be another explanation why it is missing.

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Sat, 26 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

> I used  pypi.org source dated Jan 6, 2019 wxPython-4.0.4.tar.gz.
>
> I do not understand the ref "Did you do so9mething to clean up the
> workspace".
>
> I downloaded the file, used arc to un-zip, then ran the commands, in that
> folder.
>
> But I see that someone is attempting to compile it on AWS.  I hope he can
> provide the wheel.
I installed these packages on openSUSE Leap 15.0 x86-64 and after that I
was able to do "pip install wxPython" in a venv and it installed fine.

gcc-c++ make gtk3-devel webkit2gtk3-devel gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel libpng-devel SDL2-devel libSM-devel
python3-devel zlib-devel libexpat-devel glu-devel

Sorry, I didn't build a wheel.
Scott

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
I couldn't find libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel on my install disk or from
the OpenSuse website (they did have a file but not for 15.x). What
version of OpenSuse did you install???

Johnf

On 01/26/2019 05:23 PM, Scott Talbert wrote:

> On Sat, 26 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:
>
>> I used  pypi.org source dated Jan 6, 2019 wxPython-4.0.4.tar.gz.
>>
>> I do not understand the ref "Did you do so9mething to clean up the
>> workspace".
>>
>> I downloaded the file, used arc to un-zip, then ran the commands, in
>> that
>> folder.
>>
>> But I see that someone is attempting to compile it on AWS.  I hope he
>> can
>> provide the wheel.
>
> I installed these packages on openSUSE Leap 15.0 x86-64 and after that
> I was able to do "pip install wxPython" in a venv and it installed fine.
>
> gcc-c++ make gtk3-devel webkit2gtk3-devel gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
> libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel libpng-devel SDL2-devel libSM-devel
> python3-devel zlib-devel libexpat-devel glu-devel
>
> Sorry, I didn't build a wheel.
> Scott
>

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Sat, 26 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

> I couldn't find libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel on my install disk or from the
> OpenSuse website (they did have a file but not for 15.x). What version of
> OpenSuse did you install???

OpenSUSE Leap 15.


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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
I have OpenSuse 15.0.  The latest is 15.1.    My only thought I have is AWS is using the latest versioin.  I will install 15.1 and make another attempt.  That said, it is still true that the files do not exist on the OpenSuse website (only for version 42.x)  so it may not work.

But I will try soon.

Thanks for the help.


Johnf

On 01/26/2019 06:04 PM, Scott Talbert wrote:
On Sat, 26 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

I couldn't find libtiff-devel libjpeg-devel on my install disk or from the OpenSuse website (they did have a file but not for 15.x). What version of OpenSuse did you install???

OpenSUSE Leap 15.



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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

Scott Talbert
On Sun, 27 Jan 2019, john fabiani` wrote:

> I have OpenSuse 15.0.  The latest is 15.1.    My only thought I have is AWS
> is using the latest versioin.  I will install 15.1 and make another
> attempt.  That said, it is still true that the files do not exist on the
> OpenSuse website (only for version 42.x)  so it may not work.
>
> But I will try soon.

Can you not install upates using zypper?

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Re: issue installing 4.04 on OpenSuse 15

john fabiani`
No I can't install 15.1using zypper due to one of the updates causing my Icore9 and Nivida card to crash.  However, I can install from scratch. 

I have been aware of the issue for months and was going to wait for 15.2 or what ever came after 15.1.  That will be coming soon.

Johnf

On 01/28/2019 06:03 AM, Scott Talbert wrote:

Can you not install upates using zypper?

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