steve at holdenweb.com
Wed Aug 4 17:39:03 CEST 2010
On 8/4/2010 11:00 AM, Brian Curtin wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 09:48, Barry Warsaw <barry at python.org
> <mailto:barry at python.org>> wrote:
> On Aug 03, 2010, at 09:08 PM, Steve Holden wrote:
> >It's a little disappointing to discover that despite the relatively
> >large number of developers who have received MSDN licenses from
> >Microsoft, none if us have the time to make sure that the buildbots are
> >green for the 2.6.6 release.
> Should note that I did try to build Python using my MSDN license for
> Windows 7
> and Visual Studio 2010. I only had an hour or so to attempt it, and
> did not
> succeed, though I think I got as far as trying to properly situate
> dependent libraries (sqlite, ssl).
> If anybody's successfully navigated the twisty maze, would you be
> able to
> write something up on the wiki to describe the steps you've taken?
> I can expand the dev setup guide I wrote for the PSF Sprints to include
> the third-party stuff, then try to get that in wider circulation. I
> currently gloss over it to get a first-time contributor up and running
> quickly (since someone's first look into core dev is unlikely to be
> fixing sqlite).
> I haven't tried the current codebase on VS2010 yet, but it's on my todo
I think that could be incredibly useful. I've tried building Windows
Pythons in the past and stalled because I didn't have enough familiarity
with the VS environment.
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