On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 11:37:02PM +0200, Danny Pansters wrote:
> On Tuesday 23 September 2003 16:31, stan wrote:
> > I'm trying to poart a small python application to FreeBSD from linux
> > (routeplanner if you are curious). It requires a number of python
> > modules, including "snack" I located the tarball for the module, but
> > when I run configure for it I get:
> > $ ./configure
> > loading cache ./config.cache
> > checking for Tcl configuration... configure: warning: Can't find Tcl
> > configuration definitions
> I don't know this module. Hmm, I hope it only wants tcl to do some
> precompile scripting not statically in the module. You do have tcl and
> tk installed? You might have to change some paths in the config script
> and Makefile.
Yes, probably several versions as required by various ports.
Dosen't FreeBSD put the tki/tcl stuff in some non-stnadard places to allow
for having more than one version installed at once? Might this be part of
> > A brief primer on the general python module installation mthodology
> > would be useful as well. I'm mainly a perl type, so python is a new
> > fronteir for me.
> Usually a module or package of modules go into
> /usr/local/lib/python2.3/site-packages/somedir. This is python
> convention, not FreeBSD's.
Thnaks. Perl has a very structured way of doing the installation of modules
for it. I was assuming that python would have at least a subset of this.
Are python modules typically compiled binaries (as this one is) or are thet
more typucally python code itself (as in perl modules)?
> (who likes messing with python but isn't an expert)
I'm a bit of a perl hacker, but, other thna jusy using things installed by,
for instnace, the ports mechanisim, this is my firs foray intot python.
Thanks for the help.
"They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve
neither liberty nor safety."
-- Benjamin Franklin
[EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list
To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"