|Summary:||sci-visualization/qtiplot-0.9.6.2 only loads /usr/local/qtiplot/qtiUtil.py if launched from /usr/local/qtiplot|
|Product:||Gentoo Linux||Reporter:||urcindalo <urcindalo>|
|Component:||Current packages||Assignee:||Marcus D. Hanwell (RETIRED) <cryos>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description urcindalo 2008-05-26 11:16:59 UTC
Unless qtiplot is launched from inside the /usr/local/qtiplot directory, qtiUtil.py is NOT correctly loaded. You get this error in qtiplot's console: "Failed to import qtiUtil file!". But, if the command "qtiplot" is invoked from within /usr/local/qtiplot, then the file is loaded: "qtiUtil file successfully imported!" In my path /usr/local/bin is searched before /usr/bin, so I had to create this script: === #!/bin/bash cd /usr/local/qtiplot && qtiplot === to be able to correctly launch qtiplot. I had to change my KDE menu entries so that they launch my script instead of /usr/bin/qtiplot Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce:
Comment 1 urcindalo 2008-05-26 11:30:33 UTC
I forgot to mention that the location of config files is correctly configured to /usr/local/qtiplot, so that's not the problem.
Comment 2 Andrey Grozin 2008-05-27 21:15:49 UTC
I've just committed an improved ebuild to cvs. It installs python files to /usr/lib/python<version>/site-packages and compiles them. This should fix the bug. Please check. Please rm -rf ~/.config/ProIndependent before starting qtiplot for the first time after updating to this new version. If it works, please, close the bug.
Comment 3 urcindalo 2008-05-28 07:46:03 UTC
Yes, the bug is gone. Thanks very, very much.