jcarlson at nospam.uci.edu
Fri Mar 26 20:34:07 CET 2004
> I'm not sure if this is the best forum to place this question, but
> haven't found a better one, so here goes.
> I have Python 2.3 in my machine (Windows 2000) and downloading
> PyProtocols 0.9.2 the installer complains that python 2.2 isn't found
> in the registry.
If it complains that you don't have Python 2.2, then you should have
installed 2.2 instead of 2.3. Python 2.3 is not Python 2.2.
> I've also tried to download the source and follow the instructions,
> but since there's no compiler the setup complains. Since I cannot find
> the latest 0.9.3 version I can't use the --without-speedups to bypass
> the compilation phase...
You say you have cygwin. You can get a version of GCC for cygwin.
> I also have cygwin and could try the rpm's, but I have (yet) very
> little experience on it, so I don't wanna go that route.
Cygwin has RPM support? Cool. If Pyprotocols as a src RPM and Cygwin
has RPM support, get the source distribution and try to go from there.
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