Recompilation of Python3.6.x

Klaus Jantzen k.d.jantzen at mailbox.org
Wed Mar 22 12:42:08 EDT 2017


Hello,

in order to have the Python-SQLite support available one has to 
recompile Python. For the recompiliation to succeed a number of 
'modules/libs' have to be present.

In the internet I found the following list

build-essential
libz-dev
libreadline-dev
libncursesw5-dev
libssl-dev
libgdbm-dev
libsqlite3-dev
libbz2-dev
liblzma-dev
tk-dev
libdb-dev
libc6-dev

zlib

After having installed these 'modules/libs' I recompiled Python3.6.1 and 
although the steps

'make', 'make test', and 'make install' produced some errors the 
sqlite3-support is available.

My question: Is this list complete or are there superfluous items?

My suggestion: Couldn't such a list be provided in the README file?
-- 

K.D.J.



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