[pypy-dev] pypy-c and JIT

Raj Bandyopadhyay rajb at rice.edu
Mon Oct 22 03:17:44 CEST 2007


Hmmm, which windows OS are you using. Mine's a windows XP.

OK, so you invoked pypy-c using the full pathname of the executable?
I tried it by adding the pypy-1.0.0 to the system PATH variable and just
using 'pypy-c'. I should have tried it your way  :headdesk:    :)

Raj

On Oct 21, 2007, at 7:59 PM, Christian Tismer wrote:

> I tested this right now.
>
> D:\tmp\pypy-1.0.0-win32\pypy-1.0.0>pypy-c
> Python 2.4.1 (pypy 1.0.0 build 41438) on win32
> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>>>> import pickle
>>>>> pickle.__file__
> 'D:\\tmp\\pypy-1.0.0-win32\\pypy-1.0.0\\share\\pypy-1.0\\lib-python\ 
> \modified-2.4.1\\pickle.py'
>>>>>
>
> Tried it from a different folder as well:
>
> D:\tmp\pypy-1.0.0-win32\pypy-1.0.0>cd \pypy
>
> D:\pypy>\tmp\pypy-1.0.0-win32\pypy-1.0.0\pypy-c.exe
> Python 2.4.1 (pypy 1.0.0 build 41438) on win32
> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>>>> import pickle
>>>>> pickle.__file__
> '\\tmp\\pypy-1.0.0-win32\\pypy-1.0.0\\share\\pypy-1.0\\lib-python\ 
> \modified-2.4.1\\pickle.pyc'
>>>>>
>
> Looks all pretty good so far.
>
> What else should I try for validation?
> The basic stuff appears to be in place.
>
> cheers - chris

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