Am Mittwoch, 9. Juli 2008 11:14 schrieb Hermann Himmelbauer:
> I currently try to install Zope3-4.0c1 on a windows machine, without any
> success for now. What I need is an installation that includes basically
> all packages that are in the tarball into the python path. I tried the
> 1) Tarball: Here, install.py fails due to some compiler problems - it
> suggests to specify "-c mingw32", however, when I do so, install.py
> complains that it does not know this "-c mingw32" option. Something like
> "python install.py build_ext -cmingw32" works, it seems that all needed
> packages are correctly compiled. When I try a "python install.py install"
> afterwards, it once again complains that it needs mingw32. So I'm stuck.
Ok, thanks to a helpful hint, I was able to solve it. One has to create a
file "pydistutils.py" in a directory, which is specified in an environment
variable "HOME" with the following content:
Then the "python install.py install" in the tarball worked.
Nevertheless, it would be optimal, if "install.py" is adapted in a way so
that "-c mingw32" works...
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