[pypy-dev] Pypy-c error on windows
len-l at telus.net
Sun Oct 14 19:43:37 CEST 2007
I have the pre-compiled pypy-1.0.0 Windows binaries. The .exe files are
in the top level pypy-1.0.0 directory. The Standard Python Library is in
Raj Bandyopadhyay wrote:
> Carl, I moved the binary over. Didn't work :( Same error.
> It looks like it might be a path problem after all, as Laura
> suggested. I just found that pypy-c runs fine when I start it up its
> own original installation directory. However, I'd
> like to figure out how to run it from my own directory.
> I'd like to avoid changing any environment variables, if possible, so
> that I don't break any of my other Python installations.
> Thanks, guys!
> On Oct 14, 2007, at 9:43 AM, Carl Friedrich Bolz wrote:
>> Raj Bandyopadhyay wrote:
>>> Thanks, Carl
>>> I did install the pre-built binary. I guess I'll download the
>>> source too and try.
>>> Do I have to compile the source again to get the std library, or
>>> install it in a specific
>> then I can maybe help you :-). Download the source and try to put
>> the binary into the directory pypy/translator/goal in the source
>> directory. then the binary should pick up the standard-lib correctly.
>> Carl Friedrich
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