Compile python extensions under windows/cygwin

Christian Heimes lists at
Sun May 24 20:54:57 EDT 2009

Joana wrote
> hmm.. but the problem with mingw32 is that it does not have the
> libraries I need. The module I want to install includes netinet/in.h.
> So the answer is that I can't install that module in Windows?

What's the name of the package? Perhaps it doesn't work on Windows. Or
it hasn't been ported to Windows yet. On Windows most definition are in
the files winsock.h and winsock2.h rather than in netinet/*.h.


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