compiling python 3.1.2 with local readline fails to get readline - help!
prologic at shortcircuit.net.au
Thu Sep 16 02:12:08 CEST 2010
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 9:58 AM, gavino <gavcomedy at gmail.com> wrote:
> I compiled readline 6.1 myself.
> # ./configure --prefix=/home/apps/python --disable-shared --with-
> pymalloc --with-threads --with-pth --enable-big-digits --disable-ipv6
> --enable-readline --with-readline=/home/apps/readline/lib/
> # make -j14
> modules not installed:
> ........ readline .........
> Python starts but no readline.
> What is the proper configure flag to use a locally compiled readline?
> I tried with and without --with-readline and with readline/ and
> readline/lib as shown above.
> thx for help
AFAIK, there are no "readline" specific options in python 2.x's
# ./configure --help | grep readline -i
I could be wrong... Are you sure you've configured and compile
readline correctly and that you've set the appropriate environment
variables and paths for C/C++ compilers (eg: GCC) to pick it up ?
-- James Mills
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