How to build the pysqlite? Where to find the "sqlite3.h"?

Kurda Yon kurdayon at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 5 03:31:18 CET 2008


On Nov 4, 8:59 pm, "saju.pil... at gmail.com" <saju.pil... at gmail.com>
wrote:
> On Nov 5, 6:47 am, Kurda Yon <kurda... at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi,
>
> > I try to "build" and "install" pysqlite? After I type "python setup.py
> > build" I get a lot of error messages? The first error  is "src/
> > connection.h:33:21: error: sqlite3.h: No such file or directory". So,
> > I assume that the absence of the "sqlite3.h" is the origin of the
> > problem.
>
> You can try downloading sqlite3 from the web and installing it in a
> local dir. Update pysqlite setup.cfg to add these local dir names and
> then try building it.
>
> -srp
>

I see the problem. The pysqlite is a package which allows a
communication between the python and sqlite. I try to install the
"pysqlite" but I do not have the "sqlite" on my computer. So, I have
the problem. I tried to find out how to install the sqlite3 but it
seems there are no simple and clear explanations of how to do it. So,
I think I will give up and search for an easier way. Tank you for your
help.

> > I found on the web, that this file should be either in "/usr/local/
> > include" or in "/usr/local/lib". I check this directories and I really
> > do not have the "sqlite3.h" there.
>
> > Thinks becomes even more complicated since I have no permissions to
> > write to the 2 above mentioned directories? So, do I have any chance
> > to install the pysqlite? If yes, what should I do?
>
> > Should I find the file on the web and put in in some of my directories
> > and then to change the path in the "setup.cfg"?
>
> > Thank you for any help.




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