[Python-Dev] Still looking for volunteer to run Windows buildbot
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Mon Mar 13 00:29:51 CET 2006
Trent Mick wrote:
> Adding the /useenv means that one's PATH actually gets through. This is
> important for the _ssl.vproj build. It calls build_ssl.py which tries to
> find a Perl to use. Without "/useenv" Visual Studio is getting a PATH
> from somewhere else (presumably from its internal environment
> configuration). The result is that build_ssl.py fallsback to its
> "well-known" locations for a Perl install.
Go ahead. The above makes a good check-in message.
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