[PySide] cxfreeze and PySide 1.2.0
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Thu Jul 11 20:04:43 CEST 2013
2013/7/11 Roman Lacko <backup.rlacko at gmail.com>
> 2013/7/11 Matthew Woehlke <matthew.woehlke at kitware.com>
>> On 2013-07-11 08:43, Joel B. Mohler wrote:
>> > How does one do incremental builds of pyside? So far I haven't gotten
>> > deeper than "python setup.py build", but that takes ages.
>> I'm using CMake+ninja to build PySide... AFAIK incremental for that
>> should Just Work. (At least it does for other projects I have using
>> shiboken.) You can use any generator you like with CMake; I'm just
>> partial to ninja because it is fast and has good features.
>> As I've used that also to install PySide with success (on Linux at
>> least), I'm not sure why you would need to use the setup.py.
> Matthew is right about cmake+tools...The pyside-setup project (setup.py)
> was created for end users who don't need to change pyside and shiboken
> sources and who wan't just install pyside in system and also for
> distribution creators (like me). For daily core development it is better to
> use cmake+whatever tool is neded.
BTW, regarding to core development, I'm planning to create the buildout 
enabled project  for PySide development. It will help developers to
setup complete environmet for Qt and PySide development.
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