bob at redivi.com
Mon Apr 19 16:11:18 EDT 2004
On Apr 19, 2004, at 3:56 PM, Lance E Sloan wrote:
> I'm using a Mac OS X 10.3.3 machine with the Apple-supplied Python 2.3
> and the MacPython additions for Panther that are dated November 2003.
> I'm trying to build mod_python 2.7.10. I am hoping that I can build
> and run it with the Apple-supplied versions of Python and Apache.
> After I ran mod_python's configure script, then ran make, I got this
> ig/libpython2.3.a: No such file or directory
> I've looked around my system and sure enough, I could not find that
> library in any directory. Is there a way to get that library without
> building Python from source?
Nope! mod_python for Apache 1.3.x isn't compatible with a
multithreaded Python even if you could get it to compile+link.
You really ought to be upgrading to Apache 2.x and the latest
mod_python, which is (in theory) compatible with the Apple-supplied
2.3.0, but who knows if the build process is smart enough to use
distutils instead of hardcoding the wrong compile/link options :)
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