Compiling Python with Borland C++ Compiler?

Gerhard Häring gerhard.haering at gmx.de
Tue Aug 27 17:59:29 CEST 2002


* Andrés <ahindra at hotmail.com> [2002-08-27 08:45 -0700]:
> Hello..
> Wonder if anyone has managed to compile Python on windows with
> Borland, lcc or gcc (a free one).

I've read that somebody managed to do so with lots of hacking and
Borland C. I once managed with lots of hacking and gcc.

> As I have read there is some MFC dependency [...]

There is no MFC dependency, but only Visual C++ is supported OOTB on
Windows.

Gerhard
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