2.2.1 Prerequisites for building PyQwt on POSIX
Recent versions of the following software should be installed on your system:
I am using Python-2.3 and Python-2.2.x, but Python-2.1.x and probably
Python-2.0.x should also work.
Earlier versions of Python are not supported.
I am using Qt-3.2.x, Qt-3.1.x, Qt-3.0.x, Qt-2.3.1 and Qt-2.3.0.
Earlier versions of Qt are not supported.
I support sip downto version 3.4, but the most recent version
gets most testing. You may also try a snapshot at your own risk.
I support PyQt downto version 3.4, but the most recent version
gets most testing. You may also try a snapshotat your own risk.
- Read README to check out bug fixes and upgrades.
To exploit the full power of PyQwt's plot widget, you should install at
least one the Numerical Python extensions:
or its successor
I am using Numeric-23.1.tar.gz and numarray-0.7.tar.gz.
Versions of Numeric later than 21.0 are supported.
Numarray is newer and therefore less stable than Numeric, so get the latest!
The source package PyQwt-3.8.tar.gz contains a CVS version of the Qwt library.
Always try to install sip and PyQt with matching version numbers: only
micro may differ for version numbers of the form