[IronPython] Compiling so that IronPython libraries are recognized?
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri Jul 9 16:49:28 CEST 2010
On 09/07/2010 14:50, Funke, Matt wrote:
> I'm extremely new to compiling things in anything approaching a pythonic way, so my apologies in advance for what's probably a very simplistic question.
> I've downloaded the source for psycopg2-2.2.1. The documentation recommends using the standard "python setup.py build" and "python setup.py install".
> So I tried to run "ipy setup.py build" to incorporate these libraries into IronPython.
> I get this error:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "setup.py", line 50, in<module>
> ImportError: No module named subprocess
subprocess relies on modules like signal that aren't available in
There is a partial implementation of subprocess by Jeff Hardy floating
around that you could try. In general the IronPython support for
distutils is "minimal", so I still wouldn't expect normal module
installation to work.
All the best,
> I can verify that subprocess.py is in C:\Users\me\AppData\Local\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\Extensions\Microsoft\IronPython Tools for Visual Studio\0.2\Lib. Do I need to add this directory to an environment variable (like PATH), or is there some other way I can notify IronPython about where to look for library files?
> Thanks for your time.
> -- Best Regards,
> Matt Funke
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