[Image-SIG] version maze
chris at cogdon.org
Thu May 6 11:18:32 EDT 2004
On May 6, 2004, at 03:28, Richard Jennings wrote:
> I have been using Python 2.2 & PIL 1.1.3 on SusE 8.2 to develop a
> solution for
> an application and it works fine. However, this app. needs to run in
> the Zope
> environment (Zope 2.6.1 & Python 2.1.3).
> SuSE8.2 seems determined to install PIL in python2.2/site-packages and
> I have
> not found a means of getting it to install PIL in
> Worse, although my default 'python' is 2.1, when my code imports
> 'Image' it
> finds the 2.2 version, the result is:
> File "./overTest.py", line 48, in ?
> overlayUpdate(sys.argv, pos)
> File "./overTest.py", line 19, in overlayUpdate
> overlay = Image.open(OVERLAY_FILE)
> File "//usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/PIL/Image.py", line 977, in
> File "//usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/PIL/Image.py", line 192, in
> __import__("%sImagePlugin" % m, globals(), locals(), )
> File "//usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/PIL/BmpImagePlugin.py", line
> 28, in
> import Image, ImageFile, ImagePalette
> File "/opt/zope/lib/python/ImageFile.py", line 25, in ?
> from App.ImageFile import ImageFile
> File "/opt/zope/lib/python/App/ImageFile.py", line 17, in ?
> from OFS.content_types import guess_content_type
> File "/opt/zope/lib/python/OFS/content_types.py", line 16, in ?
> import re, mimetypes
> File "/usr/lib/python/re.py", line 28, in ?
> from sre import *
> File "/usr/lib/python/sre.py", line 17, in ?
> import sre_compile
> File "/usr/lib/python/sre_compile.py", line 15, in ?
> assert _sre.MAGIC == MAGIC, "SRE module mismatch"
> The 'bad magic', I guess, is because of the incompatible python
> required by zope (zope 2.6.1 is reputed to run under python 2.2.2, but
> don't know how stable this would be).
> I do not want to jeopardise my zope installation.
> My question: would a manual installation of PIL in the
> work or would I damage something by this installation?
> I googled but not found anything which helps me resolve this dilemma.
The manual installation should work fine. You need to make sure that
when you run the 'setup' procedure, that you run it using the SAME
version of python that you intend to run in the production environment,
and, of course, install it into the appropriate lib directory.
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