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missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Niki Spahiev-2
Hello,

I am looking for workaround for missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10. Any ideas?

Niki

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Robin Dunn
Which version of Python and wxPython? Where did the wxPython come from? (self-built, from ubuntu repositories, from extras.wxPython.org, etc.)


Robin


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Hello,

I am looking for workaround for missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10. Any ideas?

Niki

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Scott Talbert
I suspect that niki is using the Ubuntu repository packages.  Debian
recently disabled the wx.html2 module because in Debian, the webkit1
packages are being removed and Debian does not want to switch wx to GTK+3
yet so webkit2 cannot be used.  This change was automatically propagated
into Ubuntu.

On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn wrote:

> Which version of Python and wxPython? Where did the wxPython come from?
> (self-built, from ubuntu repositories, from extras.wxPython.org, etc.)
>
> Robin
>
>
> On Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6:59:21 AM UTC-7, niki wrote:
>       Hello,
>
>       I am looking for workaround for missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu
>       17.10. Any ideas?
>
>       Niki
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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Mario Lacunza-2
That bug have almost 4 years...

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2017-10-23 12:54 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
I suspect that niki is using the Ubuntu repository packages.  Debian recently disabled the wx.html2 module because in Debian, the webkit1 packages are being removed and Debian does not want to switch wx to GTK+3 yet so webkit2 cannot be used.  This change was automatically propagated into Ubuntu.


On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn wrote:

Which version of Python and wxPython? Where did the wxPython come from?
(self-built, from ubuntu repositories, from extras.wxPython.org, etc.)

Robin


On Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6:59:21 AM UTC-7, niki wrote:
      Hello,

      I am looking for workaround for missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu
      17.10. Any ideas?

      Niki

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Scott Talbert
It was fixed for a while.  This is a recent change.

On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:

> That bug have almost 4 years...
>
> Saludos / Best regards
>
> Mario Lacunza
> Email:: [hidden email]
> Personal Website:: http://www.lacunza.biz/
> Hosting:: http://mlv-host.com/
> Skype: mlacunzav
>
> Lima - Peru
>
> 2017-10-23 12:54 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
>       I suspect that niki is using the Ubuntu repository packages. 
>       Debian recently disabled the wx.html2 module because in Debian,
>       the webkit1 packages are being removed and Debian does not want
>       to switch wx to GTK+3 yet so webkit2 cannot be used.  This
>       change was automatically propagated into Ubuntu.
>
>       On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn wrote:
>
>             Which version of Python and wxPython? Where did the
>             wxPython come from?
>             (self-built, from ubuntu repositories, from
>             extras.wxPython.org, etc.)
>
>             Robin
>
>
>             On Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6:59:21 AM UTC-7,
>             niki wrote:
>                   Hello,
>
>                   I am looking for workaround for missing
>             wx.html2 in Ubuntu
>                   17.10. Any ideas?
>
>                   Niki
>
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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Mario Lacunza-2
in which version? Im using 16.04 LTS and the bug is still there....

Saludos / Best regards

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2017-10-23 18:55 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
It was fixed for a while.  This is a recent change.


On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:

That bug have almost 4 years...

Saludos / Best regards

Mario Lacunza
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2017-10-23 12:54 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
      I suspect that niki is using the Ubuntu repository packages. 
      Debian recently disabled the wx.html2 module because in Debian,
      the webkit1 packages are being removed and Debian does not want
      to switch wx to GTK+3 yet so webkit2 cannot be used.  This
      change was automatically propagated into Ubuntu.

      On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn wrote:

            Which version of Python and wxPython? Where did the
            wxPython come from?
            (self-built, from ubuntu repositories, from
            extras.wxPython.org, etc.)

            Robin


            On Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6:59:21 AM UTC-7,
            niki wrote:
                  Hello,

                  I am looking for workaround for missing
            wx.html2 in Ubuntu
                  17.10. Any ideas?

                  Niki

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Scott Talbert
It was fixed in 16.10 and 17.04.

On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:

> in which version? Im using 16.04 LTS and the bug is still there....
>
> Saludos / Best regards
>
> Mario Lacunza
> Email:: [hidden email]
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> Hosting:: http://mlv-host.com/
> Skype: mlacunzav
>
> Lima - Peru
>
> 2017-10-23 18:55 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
>       It was fixed for a while.  This is a recent change.
>
>       On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:
>
>             That bug have almost 4 years...
>
>             Saludos / Best regards
>
>             Mario Lacunza
>             Email:: [hidden email]
>             Personal Website:: http://www.lacunza.biz/
>             Hosting:: http://mlv-host.com/
>             Skype: mlacunzav
>
>             Lima - Peru
>
>             2017-10-23 12:54 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert
>             <[hidden email]>:
>                   I suspect that niki is using the Ubuntu
>             repository packages. 
>                   Debian recently disabled the wx.html2 module
>             because in Debian,
>                   the webkit1 packages are being removed and
>             Debian does not want
>                   to switch wx to GTK+3 yet so webkit2 cannot
>             be used.  This
>                   change was automatically propagated into
>             Ubuntu.
>
>                   On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn wrote:
>
>                         Which version of Python and wxPython?
>             Where did the
>                         wxPython come from?
>                         (self-built, from ubuntu repositories,
>             from
>                         extras.wxPython.org, etc.)
>
>                         Robin
>
>
>                         On Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6:59:21
>             AM UTC-7,
>                         niki wrote:
>                               Hello,
>
>                               I am looking for workaround for
>             missing
>                         wx.html2 in Ubuntu
>                               17.10. Any ideas?
>
>                               Niki
>
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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Mario Lacunza-2
so? again is a bug in 17.10?

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2017-10-23 19:33 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
It was fixed in 16.10 and 17.04.


On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:

in which version? Im using 16.04 LTS and the bug is still there....

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2017-10-23 18:55 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
      It was fixed for a while.  This is a recent change.

      On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:

            That bug have almost 4 years...

            Saludos / Best regards

            Mario Lacunza
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            2017-10-23 12:54 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert
            <[hidden email]>:
                  I suspect that niki is using the Ubuntu
            repository packages. 
                  Debian recently disabled the wx.html2 module
            because in Debian,
                  the webkit1 packages are being removed and
            Debian does not want
                  to switch wx to GTK+3 yet so webkit2 cannot
            be used.  This
                  change was automatically propagated into
            Ubuntu.

                  On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn wrote:

                        Which version of Python and wxPython?
            Where did the
                        wxPython come from?
                        (self-built, from ubuntu repositories,
            from
                        extras.wxPython.org, etc.)

                        Robin


                        On Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6:59:21
            AM UTC-7,
                        niki wrote:
                              Hello,

                              I am looking for workaround for
            missing
                        wx.html2 in Ubuntu
                              17.10. Any ideas?

                              Niki

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Scott Talbert
Yes.  See the changelog for 3.0.2.0+dfsg-5:
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/wxpython3.0/+changelog

On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:

> so? again is a bug in 17.10?
>
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>
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> 2017-10-23 19:33 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
>       It was fixed in 16.10 and 17.04.
>
>       On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:
>
>             in which version? Im using 16.04 LTS and the bug is
>             still there....
>
>             Saludos / Best regards
>
>             Mario Lacunza
>             Email:: [hidden email]
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>             Hosting:: http://mlv-host.com/
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>
>             2017-10-23 18:55 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert
>             <[hidden email]>:
>                   It was fixed for a while.  This is a recent
>             change.
>
>                   On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Mario Lacunza wrote:
>
>                         That bug have almost 4 years...
>
>                         Saludos / Best regards
>
>                         Mario Lacunza
>                         Email:: [hidden email]
>                         Personal Website::
>             http://www.lacunza.biz/
>                         Hosting:: http://mlv-host.com/
>                         Skype: mlacunzav
>
>                         Lima - Peru
>
>                         2017-10-23 12:54 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert
>                         <[hidden email]>:
>                               I suspect that niki is using the
>             Ubuntu
>                         repository packages. 
>                               Debian recently disabled the
>             wx.html2 module
>                         because in Debian,
>                               the webkit1 packages are being
>             removed and
>                         Debian does not want
>                               to switch wx to GTK+3 yet so
>             webkit2 cannot
>                         be used.  This
>                               change was automatically
>             propagated into
>                         Ubuntu.
>
>                               On Mon, 23 Oct 2017, Robin Dunn
>             wrote:
>
>                                     Which version of Python and
>             wxPython?
>                         Where did the
>                                     wxPython come from?
>                                     (self-built, from ubuntu
>             repositories,
>                         from
>                                     extras.wxPython.org, etc.)
>
>                                     Robin
>
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>                                           I am looking for
>             workaround for
>                         missing
>                                     wx.html2 in Ubuntu
>                                           17.10. Any ideas?
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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Евгений Ильин
Hello!

Is there a way to start a program that uses wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10?
Build wxPython 3.0.2 from the source code can help?

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Scott Talbert
On Sun, 26 Nov 2017, Eugene Ilin wrote:

> Hello!
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> Is there a way to start a program that uses wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10?
> Build wxPython 3.0.2 from the source code can help?

It has been disabled in Debian because Debian has not switched it's
wxWidgets build to GTK3, and the GTK2 implementation of WebKit is no
longer supported and has security issues.

Yes, you can compile wxPython yourself to get the wx.html2 module.

Scott

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Re: missing wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10

Mario Lacunza-2
Just in case: today I installed virtualenv and there install Phoenix and wx.html2 works with no issues!

Saludos / Best regards

Mario Lacunza
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2017-11-26 9:12 GMT-05:00 Scott Talbert <[hidden email]>:
On Sun, 26 Nov 2017, Eugene Ilin wrote:

Hello!

Is there a way to start a program that uses wx.html2 in Ubuntu 17.10?
Build wxPython 3.0.2 from the source code can help?

It has been disabled in Debian because Debian has not switched it's wxWidgets build to GTK3, and the GTK2 implementation of WebKit is no longer supported and has security issues.

Yes, you can compile wxPython yourself to get the wx.html2 module.

Scott


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