ETA for Win32all under Python 2.2?

David Mallwitz dmallwitz at cox.rr.com
Sat Dec 29 04:14:14 CET 2001


David,
    Figuring out how to build Win32all from source sounded like an
interesting challenge for the long holiday, so I hit Activestate and found a
link to the build instructions:
http://starship.python.net/crew/mhammond/win32/BuildingExtensions.html .
Unfortunately, I'm stuck with VC++ 5.0 and apparently there are serious
problems with the header files unless you have VC++ 6.0. Maybe there's a way
to compile correctly from GCC under Cygwin - doubtful, but I'll give it a
shot. Anyway, all the info you were looking for is off the link above. Best
of luck.

Dave


"David Brady" <daves_spam_dodging_account at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.1009584512.27950.python-list at python.org...
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Martin von Loewis
> >
> > David Brady <daves_spam_dodging_account at yahoo.com>
> > writes:
> >
> > > P.S. There's a longstanding rule in my family:
> > you're
> > > not allowed to complain about anything you could
> > fix
> > > yourself.
>
> > Did you even try to build the package from source???
>
> Did you see the part where I said "anything you could
> fix yourself"?  You have apparently overlooked my vast
> capacity for ignorance.  It's vast.  It's vaster
> than... well, it's really vast, okay?  Vast.
>
> I would *LOVE* to know how to build the package, but I
> haven't got a clue where to even begin.  I've got a
> Windows box, Visual C++ 6.0 and an internet
> connection.  Where do I go from here?
>
> Where do I get the package to build?
>
> How do I build the package?
>
> If your reply has anything to do with CVS, how the
> heck do I get at it from Win32?  (Lots of people have
> told me they've heard of other people doing this, but
> I'm starting to think it's an urban legend.)
>
> > (if it doesn't, please submit a bug report).
>
> *sigh*  Vast, man, vast.  How do I submit a bug
> report?
>
> Thank you kindly for your patience,
>
> -dB
> P.S. Please note, I may be ignorant, but I'm not
> stupid.  If there is a good place that explains how to
> get and build Python and its packages, I'll happily
> wade through the documentation.  It's *finding* the
> documentation that's killing me.
>
> =====
> David Brady
> daves_spam_dodging_account at yahoo.com
> I'm feeling very surreal today... or *AM* I?
>
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