Martin Kudlvasr wrote:
Ronald L Chichester wrote:
That is a possibility, but we do have a 64-bit Athalon running here used
in daily development with no problems (running Ubuntu).
This, of course, begs the question of some 64-bit compatibility issue.
the problem is really 64 compatibility issue.
When I look into mkzopeinstance script:
for parts in [("src",), ("lib", "python"), ("Lib", "site-packages")]:
d = os.path.join(swhome, *(parts + ("zope", "app", "appsetup")))
d = os.path.join(swhome, *parts)
print >>sys.stderr, "Could not locate Zope software
this means that first of directories $PREFIX/src, $PREFIX/lib/python,
$PREFIX/Lib/site-packages (suffixed by zope/app/appsetup) is added to
BUT !!! when compiled on 64 architecture, zope compiles its files into
$PREFIX/lib64 directory, so the mkzopeinstance cannot import
zope.app.server and fails.
I succesfully used:
for parts in [("src",), ("lib", "python"), ("lib64", "python"), ("Lib",
3.2.0-final has the same problem
I please anybody competent to fix this.
This has been reported to the collector:
My (local) fix was to make a symlink, lib64->lib, in the instance
directory. This also works.
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