[Users] Schedule for Ubuntu PPA Update
barry at python.org
Fri May 24 23:02:55 CEST 2013
On May 23, 2013, at 01:13 PM, Ricardo Mones wrote:
> Hi Barry et al,
Hi Ricardo. Sorry, I've been distracted, however...
>Now this has spreaded to Debian sid, as expected, forcing me to look for a
...maybe it will work to my advantage. :)
>I don't think the patch is specially bad, except that only works on Debian,
>Ubuntu and its derivatives :)
>There's the option of getting the triplet with “gcc -dumpmachine”, which
>seems more generic, but still leaves clang out (until it gets some similar
>option, I guess).
>There's even a third possibility, forget about triplets and just extract the
>.so symlink location from python itself by running “python-config --ldflags”
>and some sed/grep plumbing and readlink to get the real location.
>Dirty, but I think it works everywhere, being multi-arch or not :)
>Any other ideas?
As you mention later, python-config *almost* gives you exactly what you need.
Probably the closest thing is:
% python-config --configdir
% ls `python-config --configdir`
config.c libpython2.7.a Makefile Setup
config.c.in libpython2.7-pic.a makesetup* Setup.config
install-sh* libpython2.7.so@ python.o Setup.local
which should work fine if all you care about is locating the .so. It doesn't
help you find the header files, but `python-config --includes` will give you
that (in -I<dir> format).
P.S. feel free to ping me on OFTC or freenode if you want to try to work out
something in real-time.
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