[PySide] PySide 1.1.1 Windows builds

Roman Lacko backup.rlacko at gmail.com
Thu May 31 15:10:00 CEST 2012

2012/5/31 Alex Grönholm <alex.gronholm at nextday.fi>:
> 28.05.2012 11:07, Roman Lacko kirjoitti:
>> Hi Anatoly and list,
>> 2012/5/28 anatoly techtonik<techtonik at gmail.com>:
>>> On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Roman Lacko<backup.rlacko at gmail.com>  wrote:
>>>> 2012/5/24 Alex Grönholm<alex.gronholm at nextday.fi>:
>>>>> 19.05.2012 00:47, Roman Lacko kirjoitti:
>>>>>> I have prepared windows builds of PySide 1.1.1 for Pyhon 2.7 and 3.2,
>>>>>> 32bit and 64bit.
>>>>>> Builds will be available on my google Drive [1], until the PySide site
>>>>>> is not moved to new place.
>>>>>> For that reason, installing with easy_install is not available, You
>>>>>> ned to download the package and install manually.
>>>>>> You can allways let me know if you have better idea where to put the builds.
>>>>> How about the PyPI, where they are supposed be uploaded to?
>>>> It will be uploaded when the PySide site move to new location is completed
>>> What's the progress with move? We can already move it to GitHub pages.
>> GitHub will not work with easy_install, because GitHub downloads page
>> uses https and easy_install does not work very well with https.
>> Another problem is that PySide project is using free edition of GitHub
>> and there is a size limit  (200 Mb or so). One windows package has cca
>> 40 Mb and there are 6 packages (for py 2.6, 2.7, 3.2 - 32 and 64 bit),
>> this is cca 240 Mb for each release.
>> I will try to contact Qt project administrators if we can't upload
>> binaries to Qt Project site.
> Please tell me -- what is the problem with uploading them to PyPI
> itself?? It seems to me that hasn't even been considered here!

...There is just one problem, that PyPI has size limit 20 Mb for one
file, PySide packages have 40Mb+
For that reason we use custom download url and You dont see any
packages directli on PyPI...

>>>> BTW, I'm developing new version of PySide setup script fully
>>>> compatible with distutils, that will be usable also on linux (binaries
>>>> will be built inplace), the development can be tracked here:
>>>> https://github.com/lck/pyside-dist
>>> How does it relate to existing BuildScripts?
>> If completed, it should replace the existing build scripts and will
>> enable to install PySide with pip.
>> Regards
>> Roman
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