Subject: Re: swig-python
To: None <email@example.com>
From: MLH <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/28/2003 08:42:05
Eric Gillespie wrote:
> email@example.com (MLH) writes:
>> Interesting. I can build a python wrapper for glpk with a hand-built
>> version of swig1.3.19 and I can't with devel/swig1.3.17. I expected
>> that was due to the updates to swig, but I am not sure how to
>> confirm that.
> It doesn't matter, the package really needs to be updated. I can
> do this tomorrow.
> The preference is most definitely for setup.py. Having your
> users run make *and* setup.py or even having setup.py call make
> doesn't sound like a good idea.
Ok. That answers my question. My original package did everything
with setup.py but it needs to be updated.
> Actually, it doesn't build on my system. For some reasons it
> can't find the other .i files in the SWIG directory that
> _m2crypto.i tries to include. I'm not sure why it can't. I'm
> even more unsure how this package works without a dependency on
The interesting thing here is that the first time I tried building
m2crypto, it built swig-build automatically, but I deleted swig-build
and cleaned all up and it won't auto-build swig-build anymore. I
was trying to determine how to emulate the dependencies for my
py-glpk package, but it doesn't work. How is this supposed to work
with buildlink2 without explicit dependencies?