Signed-off-by: gregory guy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
# Get the SIP configuration.
from sip4_tqt import sipconfig
Maybe I am saying something wrong because I am not up to speed with all the discussion, but wouldn't be easier to have something like:
from siptrinityconfig import sipconfig
or even better:
from sip_trinity_config import sipconfig
Slavek wanted those two Python modules renamed to put them in the main Python directory.
Either you rename them, then you load them as:
or you use a subfolder like:
from mysubfolder import sipconfig
Uhm... as long as my understanding of python goes, the from-import clause work as
from <module name> import <object>
would look for the sip_trinity_config (renamed as asked by Slavek) and load the sipconfig from there.
print "Unable to import the sipconfig module. Please make sure you have"
print "Unable to import the siptrinityconfig module. Please make sure you have"
print "Unable to import the sipconfig from siptrinityconfig module. Please make sure you have"
WIP, all the reference in the doc for sip and python-tqt have to be adjusted as well.
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