I think you need the cygwin development environment.  Or there is a zip around, called UnxUtils.zip.  do a google search and get it.  Lace its contents into a folder in your PATH.

Roland Tepp wrote:

Hi. I downloaded Zope 2.2.2 source and I am trying to compile it on
WinNT to run without pcgi and it fails (console output following this letter).

I tried to track down the problem but I don't seem to make any progress.
Could You help me please...

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Compiling python modules

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Building extension modules

------------------------------------------------
Compiling extensions in lib/python
cp D:\Python/lib/python/config/Makefile.pre.in .
The name specified is not recognized as an
internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Traceback (innermost last):
  File "D:\Python\Zope-2.2.2\wo_pcgi.py", line 116, in ?
    if __name__=='__main__': main(sys.argv[0])
  File "D:\Python\Zope-2.2.2\wo_pcgi.py", line 104, in main
    import build_extensions
  File "D:\Python\Zope-2.2.2\inst\build_extensions.py", line 96, in ?
    make('lib','python')
  File "D:\Python\Zope-2.2.2\inst\do.py", line 135, in make
    do("cp %s ." % wheres_Makefile_pre_in())
  File "D:\Python\Zope-2.2.2\inst\do.py", line 104, in do
    if i and picky: raise SystemError, i
SystemError: 1

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