The combination of Zope 2.4.4 and Python 2.1.2 will be the "right"
combination. If you can't wait for Zope 2.4, you can use Zope 2.5
(which I believe already has the requisite fixes), although of course
it's still in beta.
I think you'll need to recompile your extensions -- I'm not sure that
it's strictly necessary but it is at least the safest thing to do. This
presumes at least running "python wo_pcgi.py" against your software home
and re-"Make"-ing your 3rd part extenions with the new Python.h, etc.
Tony McDonald wrote:
> Hi all,
> I want to upgrade to python 2.1.2 (from an existing 2.1 installation) and at
> the same time upgrade to 2.5b4 in the hopes that this combination will fix
> the threading problem under Solaris.
> Q1: Is this the right combination to use, I've read that I should use 2.1.2
> and 2.4.4 (possible numbering scheme). If so, I can wait (but we are getting
> core dumps regularly now)
> Q2: (and apologies, as this is a more python-orientated question) Can I just
> do a 'make install' of python 2.1.2 and be sure that it's not going to make
> my MySQL and other modules in site-packages unusable? (sorry if this is a
> daft question - I have a *lot* of zope sites using python 2.1 at the moment)
> Many thanks
Chris McDonough Zope Corporation
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