HP-UX, PyThread_* missing
P. Alejandro Lopez-Valencia
dradul at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 16 23:09:53 CET 2002
"Martin v. Loewis" <martin at v.loewis.de> escribió en el mensaje
news:m3d6y41e74.fsf at mira.informatik.hu-berlin.de...
> "Paul F. Dubois" <dubois at users.sourceforge.net> writes:
> > I am trying to get Python 2.2 to compile on HP-UX B.10.20. I get a set
> > missing externals with names PyThread_something. I need threads so I
> > want to turn them off. Is there a package I need to install first? Or
> > other hint about what to do?
> If you need threads on HP-UX 10, you may need to write your own thread
> package first :-(
> Provide more info: what compiler (bundled - nah, can't be, unbundled,
> gcc?); what symbols are missing, etc.
> In any case, the common understanding is that Python does not really
> support threads on HP-UX, and probably never will unless some HP-UX
> user who understands all the issues provides patches.
Hmmm.... This is a wild shot, but you might want to try out the GNU pth
library. If you are lucky, it may work as a wrapper to the OS threads and
python may find it usable.
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