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Old 6th July 2011, 09:41 AM
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anjuta "UI file not found"

Hello everyone!
I wanted to do some python programming using the Anjuta IDE. I've already installed all required packages (like rope, gtk+...)

"generic python" does not cause any problems. What does couse problems is "pyGTK". I am unable to access the GUI builder. A double click at the *.ui file results in a message box containing this:
Cannot open "pygtktest.ui".

File not found
in the .py file is a line
UI_FILE = "src/test.ui"
thats exactly where the UI file is located.


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CPU: intel core i5 M450
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OS: fedora 15
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