OK, so I have some experience with getting linux apps to go on the Cygwin
(www.cygwin.com) platform. I actually had a grant from the NSF to get Octave
(www.octave.org) to go on Windows a few years back.
This is probably a stupid question, but did you do a "make install"?
Otherwise the binary would be looking for a library in a specific location
and it may not be there if you did not install it.
On Thursday 26 August 2004 10:55 pm, linux_user98765@... wrote:
> I've finally been able to ./configure and make gramps on windows. I
> vaguely remember reading that `python ./src/gramps.py` should work to
> launch gramps -- which I've been doing as I can't find a gramps
> executable -- however upon invoking `python ./src/gramps.py` it
> complains that it cannot find grampslib.
> There is a ./src/grampslib.so which is 755 as well as ./src/grampslib.i
> and ./src/grampslib_wrap.c which are 644. I presume
> ./src/grampslib_wrap.c is probably a wrapper for grampslib.so, but is
> this the grampslib which should be imported?
> $ python ./src/gramps.py
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "gramps.py", line 80, in ?
> import gramps_main
> File "/home/George/gramps-1.0.7/src/gramps_main.py", line 54, in ?
> import RelLib
> File "/home/George/gramps-1.0.7/src/RelLib.py", line 42, in ?
> import GrampsCfg
> File "/home/George/gramps-1.0.7/src/GrampsCfg.py", line 31, in ?
> import PaperMenu
> File "/home/George/gramps-1.0.7/src/PaperMenu.py", line 33, in ?
> import BaseDoc
> File "/home/George/gramps-1.0.7/src/BaseDoc.py", line 75, in ?
> import Utils
> File "/home/George/gramps-1.0.7/src/Utils.py", line 38, in ?
> import grampslib
> ImportError: No module named grampslib
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