Trouble compiling PyGreSQL 2.4 on Linux

Martin Skøtt mskott at image.dk
Mon Apr 24 18:03:12 CEST 2000


Oleg Broytmann <phd at phd.russ.ru> writes:

>    I think even on RH you may do it "standard way" - install python-dev
> RPM, and you've got Makefile.pre.in and Setup.in with them. Copy these
> files to you work directory, modify Setup.in to your needs (to PyGreSQL
> needs this time :) and make -f Makefile.pre.in && make.

I know it works, but having a Linux README which didn't work bothered
me immensly.

> 
> > As I mention in my first posting the readme.linux file describes how
> > to do an red hat install (make redhat) but it doesn't seem to work. An
> > address is also mentioned for an RPM but the file doesn't exist on the server.
> 
>    D'Arcy would gladly accept any patch.

Seems like a great time for me to learn how to write a make file. I
will post it to him one of the following days.

-- 
Martin Skøtt
mskott at image.dk

'In a certain sense, all decent programming languages are equally powerfull'
Dr. Alan Turing



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