I'm hoping our linux packagers are enabling the scripting since that is
the one place we know it works well. If not, please do. Windows and
OSX are a lot more work to get Python scripting working but we seem to
have that in pretty good shape.
On 10/2/2015 3:44 PM, Nick Østergaard wrote:
> Ok, I am ok with that, but does that mean that we should motivate
> packagers to enable it in the release notes when that time comes?
> 2015-10-02 20:32 GMT+02:00 Wayne Stambaugh <stambau...@gmail.com>:
>> This cannot be done because of the old msys1/mingw32 builds which
>> require Brian's kicad-winbuilder in order to build all of the
>> dependencies correctly. Build python and wxpython on msys1/mingw32 is a
>> major hassle which has been eliminated with the new msys2/mingw32/64.
>> For the stable release, I would prefer that packagers enable scripting
>> on a case by case basis. We certainly can discuss turning it on by
>> default after the stable release and dumping support for the old
>> msys1/mingw32 platform.
>> On 10/2/2015 2:24 PM, Nick Østergaard wrote:
>>> Since we have been discussing the python scripting stuff recently, I
>>> would like to hear if it is supposed to be officially supported or
>>> The thing is that it is by default OFF in the build scripts. This is
>>> choice likely to affect many linux distributions build configuraiton.
>>> I would actually suggest that we enable it by default. Any comments?
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