[Python-Dev] Python for windows.

Bugbee, Larry larry.bugbee at boeing.com
Wed Nov 26 23:37:36 CET 2008

Gerald, if there is an expectation some of your HP windows users would
like to use OpenSSL with Python, there is this little matter of
including applink.c in the build.  

All, and not to start flames, but I still do not understand why
applink.c isn't included in python's main (conditionally) instead of
expecting users, many of them novices, to do the build.  ???



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Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 19:06:44 +0000
From: "Koenig, Gerald" <gerald.koenig at hp.com>
Subject: [Python-Dev] Python for windows.
To: "python-dev at python.org" <python-dev at python.org>
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Hi all,

I am working For Hewlett-Packard designing PC Consumer Desktop

We have been including Python since over 10 years now on our systems.

It is a wonderful language and very powerful.

Now I am having a small issue and I was wondering how I can solve it.

So I would like to know who should I contact to be able to work on that
issue together ?

The issue is about some requirement I need to have on our systems and
even tools need to pass those requirement.


Gerald Koenig
Software Builds Architect
Work Phone:     +(1) 408 873 6202



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