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 o Compiler Error: CC -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I..
   -I/users/toollib/include/python2.0 -I/users/pyqt/install/sip-3.2.1/include
   -I/users/pyqt/install/qt-x11-commercial-3.0.4/include -I/usr/openwin/include 
   -c qtcmodule.cpp  -KPIC -DPIC -o qtcmodule.o
   "sipqtProxyqt.h", line 113: Error: Multiple declaration for
   sipProxyqt::proxySlot(int).
   "qtcmodule.cpp", line 5393: Error: sipProxyqt::proxySlot(int) already had a
   body defined.

   This occurs because the Sun Workshop C++ 4.2 compiler (and the Sun Forte
   C++ 6.x compiler with -compat) can not distinguish between 'bool' and 'int'
   types in overloaded method signatures and issues a compiler error.
   In this case bool is declared in qt/include/qglobal.h as
   'typedef int bool;'.  To workaround this '#if 0' out the the declaration
   and body of 'proxySlot(bool)' in PyQt/qt/sipqtProxyqt.h and
   PyQt/qt/qtcmodule.cpp.  This resolves the compiler error but breaks
   any 'sig(bool)' type signals.  To workaround this, save the
   PyQt/qt/sipqtProxyqt.moc generated after fixing the compiler error and
   add the following bits of code:

    ...
    static const QUParameter param_slot_42[] = {
             { 0, &static_QUType_bool, 0, QUParameter::In }
    };
    static const QUMethod slot_42 = {"proxySlot", 1, param_slot_42 };
    static const QMetaData slot_tbl[] = {
        ...
        { "proxySlot(bool)", &slot_42, QMetaData::Public }
    };
    metaObj = QMetaObject::new_metaobject(
             "sipProxyqt", parentObject,
             slot_tbl, 43,
        ...
    case 42: proxySlot(static_QUType_bool.get(_o+1)); break;

   You will need to comment out the line in PyQt/qt/Makefile that re-generates
   PyQt/qt/sipqtProxyqt.moc with moc to avoid the above changes from being
   overwritten.

   In order to test that everything has been done correctly, create a 
   toggle button and connect it's 'toggled(bool)' signal to a python slot,
   if it works, your done!