[pypy-dev] Translate failes =(

Ветошкин Никита nvetoshkin at naumen.ru
Tue Jan 20 23:24:34 CET 2009


I used /MT flag - that is static linking (in 
pypy\translator\platform\windows.py). Then installed zlib, added zlib's 
include dir to my INCLUDE env variable. And... now it's building =)

21.01.2009 2:57, Lutz Paelike пишет:
> I have a guess how that could happen.
>
> The reason is probably that two different versions of MSVCR dll are
> loaded into the process that
> result in a name clash of the symbols provided by the library.
>
> Now *why* this happens is not entirely clear but i have also a wild
> guess here.
>
> The standard Python2.4 distribution is using MSVCR71.dll an older
> version (7.1)
> that is used when compiled with e.g. Visual Studio 2005
>
> If you use python all installed modules are linked against the same
> version of the MSVCR dll
> and thus it works without a problem (provided you have MSVCR71.dll on
> your system).
>
> Now the problem arises if you compile an extension yourself with a
> different compiler version
> which links your compiled extension against a different version of the
> library (in this case MSVCR90.dll = Version 9.0).
>
> Solution:
> 1. You should use the same compiler version (VS 2005) as the one used of
> your python installation
> or
> 2. Compile Python and all modules you use yourself from source and use
> that instead of an precompiled distribution
>
> Another variable in this setup might be ctypes.
> If ctypes loads the MSVCR library without providing the exact requested
> version it might
> determine the best (newest) version itself and that might not be right one.
>
> Hope this helps.
> Cheers,
>
> Lutz
>
>
> Am 20.01.2009 um 22:13 schrieb Ветошкин Никита:
>
>> Thanks to fijal, I've installed ctypes and now I have MessageBox saying
>> that system can't find "MSVCR90.DLL". After putting this library into
>> current directory, I have this error:
>> ---------------------------
>> Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
>> ---------------------------
>> Runtime Error!
>>
>> Program: C:\Python24\python.exe
>>
>> R6034
>>
>> An application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library
>> incorrectly.
>> Please contact the application's support team for more information.
>>
>>
>> ---------------------------
>> OK
>> ---------------------------
>>
>> Google found this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms235560.aspx
>> As I understand - we need to include manifest into resulting binary or
>> perhaps link externmod_2.dll statically.
>> The resulting stacktrace: http://pastebin.com/m6965b0f7
>> Please help =)
>>
>> 20.01.2009 23:55, Ветошкин Никита пишет:
>>> Hi, all!
>>>
>>> I'm trying to translate PyPy on Windows Vista x64 with Python2.4 32 bit
>>> and Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition. 32 bit - cause Express Edition
>>> isn't shipped with x64 compiler.
>>> Translation failes: http://pastebin.com/m70de1376.
>>> Fixing Visual Studio version recognition ( warning about KeyError
>>> VS71COMNTOOLS) doesn't help, translation failes with the same error.
>>> Any suggestions?
>>>
>>> P.S. In answers, please, put my mail in copy, cause I'm subscribed to
>>> digest =)
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