Can Distutils include .pyd files directly?
theller at python.net
Wed Jun 12 21:38:59 CEST 2002
> "Bjorn Pettersen" <BPettersen at NAREX.com> wrote in message news:mailman.1023906796.16318.python-list at python.org...
> > From: Thomas Heller [mailto:theller at python.net]
> > "Bjorn Pettersen" <BPettersen at NAREX.com> wrote in message
> > news:mailman.1023837255.23228.python-list at python.org...
> > > I've built my extension modules using the MS Devstudio IDE
> > and now I
> > > would like to use Distutils to create a Windows installer
> > for me that
> > > puts both the debug and release versions of the extension in the
> > > python22\DLLs directory. Is this possible? If not, is there
> > a way to
> > > have Distutils build my extension in both debug and release
> > mode and
> > > install both?
> > >
> > > -- bjorn
> > Sure. The 'build' command builds a 'pseudo installation tree'
> > in the directory build\lib.win32-2.2, all of this will later
> > be installed by the 'install' command. So you can
> > python setup.py build
> > to build the release version,
> > python setup.py build -g
> > to build the debug version, and
> Is there any way I can skip having Distutils building the extension? If
> there isn't, is there a way to provide a separate 'library_dirs' option
> for debug libraries? (We have our release libraries in \active\release
> and the debug libraries in \active\debug, and they have the same
It would be possible using custom distutils command classes -
but IMO it would be a shame to do so.
In your case I would recommend to build an installer using
Inno setup or something comparable.
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