[PythonCE] How does one build PythonCE?
josepharmbruster at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 22:03:04 CET 2007
I'll help you test it out. Let the list know when it's ready, or you can
email me directly
On Dec 13, 2007 3:48 PM, Christopher Fairbairn <christopher at christec.co.nz>
> On Fri Dec 14 1:47 , Ronald Oussoren <ronaldoussoren at mac.com> sent:
> >We recently switched to MS Visual Studio 2005 and now I'm wondering
> >how to build a fresh Python binary using that. I've download the
> >source patches from SF.net and applied those to the head of Python's
> >release25-maint branch. I then build using 'scons.bat' in the PCbuild/
> >WinCE directory which, after some patching, results in an executable.
> >So far, so good.
> I've got some patches to msevc.py so that the build should autodetect the
> of either EVC or Visual Studio 2005 (or 2008) and configure the build
> correctly. I just haven't had time to tidy them up and publish them. Maybe
> I'll get
> some time over the Christmas break.
> Would you be keen of giving these patches a "beta test" on your system
> once I've
> got them ready?
> Likewise if you have any patches to allow building against release25-maint
> I'd be
> interested in combining them with my current improvements to the port.
> >That doesn't include the sqlite extension though, and when I use
> >'scons.bat cab' I get an error about not finding the sqlite3 header
> >files. The reason for that is obvious, the solution is less so. The
> >build complains because I have to download the sqlite sources and
> >store them somewhere, but I have no idea where they should be stored.
> The download of PythonCE source code would have placed the source in a
> called "Python-2.5". You need to place the sqlite-ce source code in a
> beside this folder (i.e. the main folder has both a Python-2.5 and Sqlite
> subfolder). The name it should have depends upon the exact version of
> sqlite your
> PythonCE source code has been hardcoded for. For my current branch I need
> to place
> it into a directory called sqlite-source-3.3.5-wince.
> The exact path can be determined by opening up the SConstruct file. It
> should have
> a line containing a line like the following:
> sqlite_source = '#../../../sqlite-source-3.3.5-wince'
> Hope this helps,
> Christopher Fairbairn
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