Compiling Python with Tkinter
zope at thewebsons.com
Sun Dec 16 18:52:08 CET 2001
At 01:59 PM 12/16/01 +0100, you wrote:
>Ben Ocean <zope at thewebsons.com> writes:
> > Here's what I've done but it doesn't work:
>Can you elaborate how exactly it does not work? With the information
>you gave us, I'd say you have done everything correctly. That assumes,
>of course, that tcltk is really installed in /opt/tcltk, that the
>include files and libraries are present, that PIL is installed in
>../Extensions, that the Tcl version you have is 8.3, and so on and so
After correcting a few mistakes to which you brought my attention, I now
get this output upon attempting make:
In file included from ./Modules/_tkinter.c:45:
/opt/tcltk/include/tk.h:83:29: X11/Xlib.h: No such file or directory
This file does *not* exist, anywhere:
#find / -name "Xlib.h"
#find / -name "X11*"
fsinfo fslsfonts fstobdf mkfontdir xfs
applnk fs prefdm
I never use XWindows, so I'm wondering if it's even installed properly, or
if I really need it for Tkinter. Your advice?
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