Review request: Kcmgrub2

Alberto Mattea alberto at
Thu Apr 7 14:02:43 BST 2011

In data giovedì 7 aprile 2011 00:01:20, Michael Jansen ha scritto:
> Preferably so. Remember that most script programs do not require to be
> installed. A ruby program even if having a rakefile most of the time is
> able to be run from the checkout. And what i remember from python the same
> applies there.
> So if you want to play nice your main script checks for pyqt/pykde and does
> the same. Costs you nothing. But immediately failing without checking is
> acceptable to if the resulting error message is clear enough.
> >>> import PyKDE4
> >>> import PyKDE5
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
> ImportError: No module named PyKDE5
> I guess that makes it clear i have to install PyKDE5. Which repo was that
> again? :))
> Mike

Thanks, I will do as you suggest.

PS: I'd try :-)
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