You are terrific Andy.  Thanks a ton.  I've been
busting my ass with cygwin and all kinds of Windoze
junk.  What a nightmare.

I hope you find good use for the hack.

All my best,

Jason Spisak
--- Andy McKay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Here we go.... maybe
> 
> How to:
> 
> get Python 1.5.2 source and build it.
> get Zope source
> put ext15.py somewhere in your path
> 
> then call
> 
> d:\Python-1.5.2\python d:\Zope-2.3.0-src\ext15.py -p
> d:\Python-1.5.2
> 
> you need to specify the source of your python and
> you may need to move a few
> files within python to get it looking at the right
> files.
> 
> totally untested pyd but Visual Studio 6.0 didnt
> complain
> 
> HTH
> --
>   Andy McKay.
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "resefficient..." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 1:36 PM
> Subject: [Zope-dev] What does DC use to compile
> Splitter.c on Windows?
> 
> 
> > Can someone from DC tell me what they use to come
> up
> > with the binary version of the Splitter on
> Windoze.  I
> > am trying to get the Catalog to recognize "C++" on
> > Win32.  I have posted the Splitter.c file to my
> home
> > page http://www.zope.org/Members/jspisak/Splitter
> >
> >
> > Can anyone give me a clue as to how to make a
> working
> > Splitter.pyd out of this file on Windoze.
> >
> > Thanks in advance!
> >
> > Jason Spisak
> >
> >
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> ATTACHMENT part 2 application/octet-stream
name=Splitter.pyd


> ATTACHMENT part 3 application/octet-stream
name=Splitter.def


> ATTACHMENT part 4 application/octet-stream
name=Splitter.mak


> ATTACHMENT part 5 application/octet-stream
name=Splitter.c
> 
> '''Build t Python extension using Visual C++ 40
> 
> This script generates and runs a series of .mak and
> .def
> files for extensions defined in a Setup file.
> 
> Note that you must have set up your environment to
> run VC command-line
> ustilities.  This can be done by running the
> vcvar32.bat file in the
> VC++ bin directory.
> 
> Usage: python ext.py [options]
> 
> Options:
> 
>    -r     Run nmake to build release version
>    -d     Run nmake to build debug version
>    -c     If used with -r or -d, runs nmake on clean
> target.
>    -p     Specify location of Python source tree. 
> Default
>           is ..\.. (assuming you are in
> Extensions/some_name)
> 
> The script reads a file named "Setup" in the current
> directory.  The
> Setup file has lines that describe the contents of
> an extension.
> Here\'s an example:
> 
>   ExtensionClass ExtensionClass.c
>   Acquisition Acquisition.c
> 
> Note that I\'ve intented for readability.  The Setup
> file shouldn\'t
> be indented.  Basically, the first token on the line
> is the module
> name, and the second token on the line is the sorce
> file. Additional
> source files and include directories may be included
> as well, as in:
> 
>   pyexpat pyexpat.c -DXML_NS -Iexpat/xmlparse
> -Iexpat/xmltok expat/xmlparse/xmlparse.c
> expat/xmlparse/hashtable.c expat/xmltok/xmlrole.c
> expat/xmltok/xmltok.c
> 
> 
> ''' # '
> 
> import sys, getopt, os, string, regex
> 
> def die(m):
>       print m
>       print
>       print __doc__
>       sys.exit(1)
> 
> def setup():
> 
>    
>
poptlist,pargs=getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:],'p:drcI:o:h')
>     if opt(poptlist,'h'): print __doc__
>     if poptlist==[('-h','')]: sys.exit(0)
> 
>     pargs and die('Unrecognized arguments: %s',
> string.join(args))
> 
>     ext_regex = regex.compile('\([a-z][a-z0-9_]*\)[
> \t]'
>                              
> '\([.a-z][./a-z0-9_]*[.]c\)[ \t\n]',
>                               regex.casefold)
>             
>     for line in open('Setup').readlines():
>           
>         if ext_regex.match(line) >= 0:
>           sargs=string.split(line)
>           module=sargs[0]
>             src=sargs[1]
>             if src[:2]=='./': continue
>           soptlist, sargs =
> getopt.getopt(sargs[2:],'I:D:')
> 
>           filter(lambda a: a[:1]=='-' or
> string.find(a,'.') < 0,
>                  sargs) and die('Invalid arguments in Setup
> file: %s' %
>                                 string.join(sargs))
> 
>             sargs=map(lambda a: string.replace(a,
> '/','\\'), sargs)
>             simple(module,poptlist+soptlist, sargs)
>           
> 
> main=setup
> 
> def filebase(o,
>              splitext=os.path.splitext,
>              split=os.path.split):
>         return splitext(split(o)[1])[0]
> 
> 
> 
> def simple(module,optlist,others):
>     tdef,tmak=templates()
> 
>     pyhome=opt(optlist,'p')
>     pyhome=pyhome and pyhome[0] or '..\\..'
>     cfg=opt(optlist,'d') and 'Debug' or 'Release'
>     parms={'module': module, 'pyhome':pyhome, 'cfg':
> cfg}
>     parms['includes']=string.join(
>       map(lambda i: '/I "%s"' % i,
>           opt(optlist,'I')) +
>       map(lambda i: '/D "%s"' % i,
>           opt(optlist,'D'))
>       , ' ') 
>     parms['other_clean_release']=string.join(
>       map(lambda o:
>           '\n\t-@erase ".\\Release\\%s.obj"' %
> filebase(o),
>           others),'')
>     parms['other_clean_debug']=string.join(
>       map(lambda o:
>           '\n\t-@erase ".\\Debug\\%s.obj"' %
> filebase(o),
>           others),'')
>     parms['other_rule']=string.join(
>       map(lambda o:
>           '"$(INTDIR)\%s.obj" : .\%s $(DEP_CPP_MOD)
> "$(INTDIR)"\n'
>             '\t$(CPP) $(CPP_PROJ)  .\%s '
>             % (filebase(o), o, o),
>           others),'\n')
>     parms['other_link']=string.join(
>       map(lambda o:
>           '\n\t"$(INTDIR)\%s.obj" \\' % filebase(o),
>           others),'')
> 
>     open(module+'.def','w').write(tdef % parms)
>     open(module+'.mak','w').write(tmak % parms)
>     cfg_=' CFG="%s - Win32 %s"' % (module,cfg)
>     os.system('nmake /nologo /f %s.mak%s' %
> (module,cfg_))
>     os.system('copy %s\%s.dll %s.pyd' %
> (cfg,module,module))
>     if opt(optlist,'c'):
>         os.system("nmake /f %s.mak%s CLEAN" %
> (module,cfg_))
> 
> 
> 
> def opt(optlist,name):
>     l=filter(lambda t, name='-'+name: t[0]==name,
> optlist)
>     return map(lambda t: t[1], l)
> 
> def templates():
>     tdef = '''EXPORTS
>       init%(module)s
> '''
> 
>     tmak = '''# Microsoft Developer Studio Generated
> NMAKE File, Format Version 4.00
> # ** DO NOT EDIT **
> 
> # TARGTYPE "Win32 (x86) Dynamic-Link Library"
> 0x0102
> 
> !IF "$(CFG)" == ""
> CFG=%(module)s - Win32 Debug
> !MESSAGE No configuration specified.  Defaulting to
> %(module)s - Win32 Debug.
> !ENDIF 
> 
> !IF "$(CFG)" != "%(module)s - Win32 Release" &&
> "$(CFG)" !=\\
>  "%(module)s - Win32 Debug"
> !MESSAGE Invalid configuration "$(CFG)" specified.
> !MESSAGE You can specify a configuration when
> running NMAKE on this makefile
> !MESSAGE by defining the macro CFG on the command
> line.  For example:
> !MESSAGE 
> !MESSAGE NMAKE /f "%(module)s.mak" CFG="%(module)s -
> Win32 Debug"
> !MESSAGE 
> !MESSAGE Possible choices for configuration are:
> !MESSAGE 
> !MESSAGE "%(module)s - Win32 Release" (based on\\
>  "Win32 (x86) Dynamic-Link Library")
> !MESSAGE "%(module)s - Win32 Debug" (based on "Win32
> (x86) Dynamic-Link Library")
> !MESSAGE 
> !ERROR An invalid configuration is specified.
> !ENDIF 
> 
> !IF "$(OS)" == "Windows_NT"
> 
=== message truncated ===


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