Thanks a lot for your help.
Maybe I will try later to compile lxml for OO1.0.3/Py2.3.5, but I suspect that OO need to be compiled as well withe the same compiler. I would then prefer to make the effort to compile OO1.0.3 with Py2.4.3 (and then I would prefer by far someone to do it for me with a recent MS compiler ;-p).
Now it has been decided to port my app to Java because all of our business apps run on this platform. Anyway, they have been impressed by the result, the performance and how fast I wrote this app which will be a key component of our business sw env.
I did not succeed in convincing my collegues to use Python but we aggreed on a compromise by using Jython and Dom4j.
It has been easy to switch so far because Lxml and Dom4j are quite similar API.
Anyway, I hope I will have other opportunities to build some app based on Python/lxml which is my favourite XML dev toolkit (using also EclipseWTP and PyDev).
And I would like to congratulate and thank you for the work done so far and your help.
Stefan Behnel firstname.lastname@example.org 27/07/06
9:41 AM >>>
Olivier Collioud wrote:
following these instructions: http://codespeak.net/lxml/build.html#static-linking-on-windows
Running these commands:
C:\Download\lxml-source\lxml-1.0.2>python setup.py bdist_wininst
Building lxml version 1.0.2
File "C:\Program Files\OpenOffice.org 2.0\program\python-core-2.3.4\lib\distutils\msvccompiler.py", line
in set_macro self.macros["$(%s)" % macro] = d[key] KeyError: 'sdkinstallrootv1.1'
My guess is that it is related to my MS-VS installation.
It's the OOo SDK. You might have to install it:
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