[pypy-dev] nightly builds require OpenSSL 1.0 ?
arigo at tunes.org
Sun Sep 30 09:50:33 CEST 2012
On Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Maciej Fijalkowski <fijall at gmail.com> wrote:
>> or statically link everything in... at least people will be able to
>> run pypy on their machines.
> you cannot statically link glibc and libffi is compiled without -fPIC
> on debian/ubuntu to make it harder
To summarize: it's an infinite amount of mess that we are running away
from. If someone, anyone, feels like helping --- and is ready to put
in the necessary amount of work, including never-ending future work
--- then in this case I'd be happy to leave him the job of correctly
configuring "tannit", the machine we use. Otherwise, people with
different distributions will have to wait for the next release to be
packaged for their distribution.
Or else find themselves a machine with sufficient RAM and 1-2 free
hours, which is not that hard any more IMHO. It is documented how to
get a "squeezed" translation (for 30% more time) in 1.6GB of RAM
(32-bit) or 3.0GB of RAM (64-bit) at
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