[Python-Dev] Python 2.4, MS .NET 1.1 and distutils
mal at egenix.com
Fri Nov 26 19:41:37 CET 2004
Martin v. Löwis wrote:
> M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
>>> Wasn't the difference that no msvcrt import libraries are included,
>>> neither the license to redistribute the msvcrt runtime dlls (although
>>> the missing license probably doesn't matter, because they are already in
>>> the Python distribution)?
>> ... and links again MSVCRT.LIB which is included in .NET 1.1.
> Python 2.4 is linked against msvcr71.dll, though.
The MSVCRT.LIB from .NET 1.1 is an import lib for msvcr71.dll.
>> The DLLs come with the .NET framework, so there's no need to
>> redistribute them.
> Not msvcr71.dll.
It was installed as part of the SDK that came MS update (v1.1.4322).
>> Anyway, the point is not creating binaries that you distribute,
>> but simply to be able to compile extensions yourself as necessary.
> Yes, but can you also *link* correctly?
Yes. HelloWorld.c compiles&links just fine - even the
optimized version :-)
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