[Mailman-Users] Problem with JapaneseCodecs-1.4.10; unable to execute gcc: No suc h file or directory

Kraa de Simon Simon.de.Kraa at nl.fujitsu.com
Wed Jul 14 12:45:03 CEST 2004



I decided to delete the JACODECSPKG and KOCODECSPKG packages from the
PACKAGES in $prefix/misc/Makefile.
The line now looks like: PACKAGES= $(EMAILPKG)

And commented all "import japanese" and "import korean*" from the
$prefix/misc/paths* files.



-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Tittsler [mailto:jwt at OnJapan.net] 
Sent: vrijdag 9 juli 2004 8:26
To: mailman-users at python.org
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Problem with JapaneseCodecs-1.4.10; unable to
execute gcc: No suc h file or directory

On Thu, Jul 08, 2004 at 08:39:34AM +0200, Kraa de Simon wrote:
> I don't have gcc installed (and I cannot install gcc on this system).
> Is there a way I can work around this problem?

configure's '--without-gcc' switch doesn't set the compiler for
the setup.py steps.  You could just change into the
JapaneseCodecs and KoreanCodecs directories and do
CC=cc python setup.py build
in each (or modify the Makefile).  Then when the install step
comes the binaries would have already been built.

> I don't think I need JapaneseCodecs-1.4.10 or KoreanCodecs-2.0.5...

You *might* be able to just remove them from the PACKAGES
definition in misc/Makefile to build without them, but I've not
tried.  (I don't think they are customizeable from configure's
--without-PACKAGE switch.)


P.S.  One other note... if you aren't using Gnu make, you may
need to modify messages/Makefile.  Some implementations of make
don't understand the substitution referenences for LANGDIRS,

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