From: Jane Lin (jane_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-06-20 16:16:07
Thank you, Vladimir! You made my day!
Boost.Python built fine after I installed the nightly build version
of Boost.Build V2! I didn't have to change my paths or anything. I
used the path to the universal binary of Python as I mentioned below.
Thanks so much,
> On Thursday 15 June 2006 01:25, Jane Lin wrote:
> Hi Jane,
>> I'm having problems compiling boost.python with BBv2 on a Mac OS X
>> 10.4.6, Xcode 2.2.
>> using python : 2.3 : "/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.4u.sdk/System/Library/
>> Frameworks/Python.Framework/Versions/2.3" ;
>> as well as a darwinports installation of Python 2.4 (PYTHON_ROOT=/
>> local) and have not had any luck. I've made sure the environment
>> variables match the entries in user-config.jam. Is there some other
>> setting I need when using the Python framework?
> First of all, I'd suggest you use the current version of
> Boost.Build V2, which
> can be found at the "nightly build" link at http://boost.org/boost-
> build2, or
> in the CVS.
> With that in place, run bjam with the extra --debug-configuration
> option. You
> should see something like:
> notice: Python include path is <path>
> Make sure that the patch in question has the Python header files
> that are
> reported as missing ('pyconfig.h', for example).
> If the path above contains the right headers, make sure that the
> command line
> includes the right -I option. When bjam fails to compiler a file it
> print the failed command, so you can look at it.
> If the path above does not contain the right headers, look around
> to see where
> they are in reality, and tell me what path is used by Boost.Build,
> and what
> path should be used.
> - Volodya
> Vladimir Prus
> Boost.Build V2: http://boost.org/boost-build2
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