Im trying to get psyco to compile again on Win32, Ive
case T_OBJECT_EX: /* same as T_OBJECT, exception if
T_OBJECT_EX non-existent in Python/psyco. Commenting
out the entire case gets a compile.
Also a couple of lines needed to be added to
DEFINEVAR fixed_switch_t psyfs_tuple;
DEFINEVAR fixed_switch_t psyfs_dict;
Any problems with commenting out that section and
using the default?
After the above changes, I get a build and install.
pystone-jit.py test.py bpnn.py
all core dump. Im guessing they have to do with my
futile attempt at getting something working.
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On Wed, 16 Jan 2002, Greg Czajkowski wrote:
> case T_OBJECT_EX: /* same as T_OBJECT, exception if
> NULL */
I ran into the same problem on a machine on which Python 2.2b1 only was
installed. It seems that T_OBJECT_EX has been added to
.../Python/structmember.h very late in the final release 2.2 of Python.
Upgrading to the official 2.2 release should fix the problem, but if you
like you can add a "#ifdef T_OBJECT_EX" around the above case and commit
it to CVS to prevent the same problem from arising again.
> Also a couple of lines needed to be added to
> DEFINEVAR fixed_switch_t psyfs_tuple;
> DEFINEVAR fixed_switch_t psyfs_dict;
Right, I forgot these.
> pystone-jit.py test.py bpnn.py
> all core dump. Im guessing they have to do with my
> futile attempt at getting something working.
I just realized this as well. I will have a look at it immediately.