Michael Guntsche wrote:
On Feb 4, 2008, at 9:45, Stefan Behnel wrote:
<snip> > When building lxml, please move any installed Cython versions out of > the way > and run the build on the unpacked lxml-2.0.tar.gz release sources. It > must say > "trying to build without Cython" at the beginning.
Slight difference here Cython 0.9.6.11 and lxml from current trunk.
:) ... if even that works, I really don't know what ...
With tiger the preinstalled libraries are
lxml2: 2.6.16 lxslt: 1.1.11
To get this information just run
/usr/bin/xml2-config --version /usr/bin/xslt-config --version
Ah, sure, thanks. Those libraries are definitely too old and too buggy.
ot-test runs through without any crashes. Threads 7-9 throw exceptions though, as you said.
Then that really looks like a safe setup.
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH is not set at all. All I had to do for lxml to find the correct libraries was to make sure that xml2-config and xslt-config from my macports installation is found BEFORE the stock versions in /usr/bin. This way etree links against the correct libraries.
Hmmm, could others comment on this? Does this make a difference? Especially for those, who must currently set the DYLD var?