this is my first post here in this forum, so please be patient if I’m doing something wrong.
Today I installed displaycal onto my laptop, but displaycal won’t start. The commandline showed me the error
line 380, in __init__ self.version = tuple([int(x) for x in segments.split('.')])
ValueError: invalid literal for init() with base 10: 'post'
Some more search brought me to the installed package of wxPython. The installed version is labeled ‘4.0.7.post1-1.1’. Just for testing, I limited the version to the first three elements of the version label, and it worked.
Should I file a bug report, or is this more of a distribution problem? The distibution I’m using is openSUSE Tumbleweed.
thanks for reporting. This is something I need to fix on my side /already fixed in SVN, r6337) as I’m shipping my own wxversion module to better facilitate supporting wxPython 4 under Python 2 (this will go away once Python 2 support is removed).