Perhaps I'm confused, but I have an old (>3 months) version of Cygwin, but
when I installed the Win32 Python 2.1.1 release, I was able to build
extension modules just fine using distutils, after I built an import
library. You shouldn't need VC++ to build Zope extensions, just distutils
and gcc. Be sure to use (the equivalent of):
python211 setup.py build --compiler=mingw32
At 11:33 PM 10/10/01 -0400, Phil Harris wrote:
>I had a brief conversation with the Cygwin Python maintainer a little
>while back, supposedly the next release of Cygwin will have a threaded
>Python (2.1.1 or maybe even higher).
>On Wed, 10 Oct 2001 13:17:22 -0400
>"Chris McDonough" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > FYI
> > > I finally have a Cygwin compiled Zope running in a Cygwin enviroment.
> > > This is with the very latest Cygwin distribution augmented by a locally
> > > compiled Cygwin as represented by the current Cygwin CVS files.
> > Cool! This is excellent. This means that I stand a shot at getting rid of
> > 200 miserable MB of VC++ on my machine.
> > I presume this means that Cygwin Python ships with threads enabled?
> > - C
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