On 05.02.2008, at 21:22, Stefan Behnel wrote:
Christian Zagrodnick wrote:
We use buildout for the development/deployment. Via buildout we build basically everything to be sure we get consistent results
Martijn also made a buildout script for lxml a while ago:
I guess this is really helpful. Definitely for production environments, but it might also come in handy for Mac users.
Can someone enlighten me how finding libxml2/libxslt works here at runtime?
Well, the generated scripts use the compiled lxml:
% grep lxml bin/test '/Users/zagy/.../develop-eggs/lxml-2.0-py2.4-macosx-10.5-i386.egg',
And actually I thought the `rpath` option was there to do that:
rpath: A new-line separated list of directories to search for dynamic libraries at run time.
But that doesn't exactly seem to work as it really seems lxml would use the system libraries at runtime. Gotta ask jim.