On Tue, Aug 24, 2004 at 05:09:04AM -0700, linux_user98765@... wrote:
> The windows build is progressing along nicely, although I did discover
> something. The python-2.3.4 module documentation states:
> find_module(name[, path])
> This function does not handle hierarchical module names (names
> containing dots). In order to find P.M, that is, submodule M of package
> P, use find_module() and load_module() to find and load package P, and
> then use find_module() with the path argument set to P.__path__. When P
> itself has a dotted name, apply this recipe recursively.
> However, line 3445 of ./configure states:
> Given the gnome.ui module has a hierarchical module name, it is subject
> to the above excerpt of the imp module documentation. I believe the
> correct ./configure would be:
For this to work, you should load gnome module first, otherwise=20
gnome.__path__ is not known.
We sort of avoided loading modules that require DISPLAY to be set.
I suppose it's not a problem on win32 :-) The idea was that the package
should be OK to build and install from the text console without any
If this is not a concern for win32 build then I suppose the above is
a proper way.
Alexander Roitman http://ebner.neuroscience.umn.edu/people/alex.html
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