On Tue, Aug 20, 2002 at 10:57:14AM -0400, Matthew T. Kromer wrote:
> Zope is currently released in three binary formats:
> Windows - i386
> Solaris 2.6 - SPARC
> Linux RH 5.2 - i386
> All binary releases come with python 2.1.3, built without large file
> We are proposing to change the binary distributions to newer releases,
> at least on the Solaris and Linux platforms.
> The new Solaris binary would be Solaris 2.8.
> The new Linux binary would be RedHat 7.2 based (i.e. glibc 2.1).
> It is very likely that the supplied Pythons would be built with large
> file support *enabled* for these platform, unless some unforseen
> compatibility issue arose.
Is it difficult to make the GNU/Linux binary distro independent? All
the binaries that I have been using from the Zope site work to the
best of my knowledge on distros. Why mention Redhat specailly? I
work on Debian Woody 3.0, and the python 2.1 is compiled with large file
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