Re: Python error when building gdbus-codegen stuff (in glib / gio)

On Wed, 2018-01-17 at 16:07 +0000, John Emmas wrote:
On 17/01/2018 11:04, John Emmas wrote:

I'll look a bit further into this and see if I can figure out
gone wrong.

This turned out to be a problem with TortoiseGit.  Some of glib's
files contain lines looking like this:-

       from .whatever import something

For some reason, I always need to edit them to remove the period -

       from whatever import something

So typically, I can have 4 or 5 such conflicts in any given python 
script.  TortoiseGit has an option which effectively means "resolve
conflicted lines using my version".  But I've just realised that it 
doesn't confine itself to overwriting the conflicted lines - it
substitutes my whole file (and therefore loses any non-conflicted

Good to hear you’ve resolved that problem.

Now I'm past that point I've encountered a new problem (when
the recently added 'gnetworkmonitorwindows.c').  On my system (MSVC)
seems to be #including the wrong version of "iphlpapi.h" and is 
consequently failing to pick up one of the symbols
which is needed by function 'win_network_monitor_get_ip_info()'.

When you get a chance to investigate it, can you add your findings to please? That’s where
we’re working on the Windows network monitor.


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