mod_python compilation error in VS 2008 for py2.7.1
asimkostas at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 06:50:32 EDT 2016
I would like to ask you a technical question regarding python module
compilation for python 2.7.1.
I want to compile mod_python
for Apache 2.2 and py2.7 <https://www.python.org/downloads/> on Win32 in
order to use it for psp - py scripts that i have written. I tried to
compile it using VS 2008 (VC++) and unfortunately i get an error on
pyconfig.h (Py2.7/include) error C2632: int followed by int is illegal.
This problem occurs when i try to run the bat file that exists on
mod_python/dist folder. Any idea or suggestion what should i do in order to
run it on Win 7 Pro (win 32) environment and produce the final apache
executable module (.so).
I have posted the same question here
but unfortunately i had had no luck!
Additionally i give you the compilation instructions that i follow (used
also MinGW-w64 and get the same error) in order to produce the final output!
Open a command prompt with VS2008 support. The easiest way to do this is to
use "Start | All Programs | Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 | Visual Studio
Tools | Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt". (This puts the VS2008 binaries
in the path and sets up the lib/include environmental variables for the
1.cd to the mod_python\dist folder.
2.Tell mod_python where Apache is: set APACHESRC=C:\Apache
3. Run build_installer.bat.
If it succeeds, an installer.exe will be created in a subfolder. Run that
install the module.
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