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authorRoman Lacko <backup.rlacko@gmail.com>2012-06-08 10:54:01 +0200
committerRoman Lacko <backup.rlacko@gmail.com>2012-06-08 10:54:01 +0200
commit508abba8fc5100dc2cef9543c53ab3ae8fb1c2ae (patch)
tree74dae924ca244b2220379d970a52057e3680361b /README.txt
parent6d8bbfaa5e226e0f488b9b4aed0dd387f80c044d (diff)
fix readme format
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@@ -48,25 +48,31 @@ Installing prerequisities
the ``python`` interpreter of your Python 2.7 installation using a
command prompt:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> c:\Python27\python distribute_setup.py
#. Use that Python's `bin/easy_install` to install `virtualenv`:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> c:\Python27\Scripts\easy_install virtualenv
#. Use that Python's virtualenv to make a workspace:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> c:\Python27\Scripts\virtualenv env
+#. Open Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt:
+
+ ::
+
+ c:\> c:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Microsoft Visual Studio 2008\Visual Studio Tools\Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt.lnk
+
#. Switch to the ``env`` directory:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> cd env
@@ -75,13 +81,13 @@ Installing PySide
Use ``pip`` to get `PySide` installed:
-.. code-block:: text
+::
c:\env> Scripts\pip install PySide --install-option="--qmake=c:\\Qt\\4.8.2\\bin\\qmake.exe"
Optionally you can specify the path to OpenSSL libs:
-.. code-block:: text
+::
c:\env> Scripts\pip install PySide --install-option="--openssl=c:\\Alfa\\OpenSSL32bit\\bin" --install-option="--qmake=c:\\Qt\\4.8.2\\bin\\qmake.exe"
@@ -90,19 +96,19 @@ Building PySide installer
#. Clone ``PySide`` from git repository:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> git clone https://github.com/PySide/pyside-setup.git pyside-setup
#. Switch to the ``pyside-setup`` directory:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> cd pyside-setup
#. Build ``PySide`` windows installer:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
c:\> c:\Python27\python setup.py bdist_wininst --qmake=c:\Qt\4.8.2\bin\qmake.exe
@@ -114,25 +120,25 @@ Installing prerequisities
#. Install Python 2.7 header files and a static library:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ sudo apt-get install python2.7-dev
#. Install Qt 4.8 libraries:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ sudo apt-get install qt-sdk
#. Install cmake:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ sudo apt-get install cmake
#. Install git:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ sudo apt-get install git
@@ -142,19 +148,19 @@ Installing prerequisities
the ``python`` interpreter of your Python 2.7 installation using a
command prompt:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ sudo python distribute_setup.py
#. Use that Python's `bin/easy_install` to install `virtualenv`:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ sudo easy_install virtualenv
#. Use that Python's virtualenv to make a workspace:
- .. code-block:: text
+ ::
$ virtualenv env
@@ -163,19 +169,19 @@ Installing PySide
Use ``pip`` to get `PySide` installed from PyPI:
-.. code-block:: text
+::
$ env/bin/pip install PySide
Alternatively you can install development version of `PySide` from github repository:
-.. code-block:: text
+::
$ env/bin/pip install git+https://github.com/PySide/pyside-setup.git
You can also specify version of `PySide` when installing from github repository:
-.. code-block:: text
+::
$ env/bin/pip install git+https://github.com/PySide/pyside-setup.git@1.1.1