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From: Markus SchÃ¶pflin (markus.schoepflin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-18 17:40:26
Boris Gubenko <Boris.Gubenko <at> hp.com> writes:
> Hi, Markus
> > Did you scan the python build log for anything suspicious concerning
> > the
> > bz2 module? It comes with python since 2.3, IIRC.
> Nothing suspicious.
Strange. Does the generated Makefile contain a target for the bz2 dynamic lib?
> > What happens when you fire up python and type "import bz2"?
> It says: "ImportError: No module named bz2".
Then your python doesn't have the bz2 module.
> This import command does succeed on a Tru64 TestDrive machine you are
> using, as expected. Your version of python is slightly different than
> mine: 2.4.1 (yours) vs. 2.4.2 (mine). I will try 2.4.1 release.
I don't think this will help.
> I noticed, that bzip2 is not installed on the system. I've built
> and installed it. I then rebuilt python with aCC -- did not help.
> I then rebuilt it with gcc -- did not help.
> Did you do anything special when building/installing python? Like I
> said in the previous mail, I just did 'configure "CC=aCC"' followed
> by 'make'. And with gcc, I did 'configure "CC=gcc" "CXX=gcc"' Did you
> do something different?
Not that I could remember but I'll have to check on Monday to be sure.
> This is what 'find . -name "bz2*"' reports on my system:
This was from the python source dir? Are there any build results anywhere?
> This is what it reports on your system:
The following is the dynamic library that implements the bz2 functionality. If
you don't have this, it won't work.
And this from the python install dir I guess, so it doesn't exactly make sense
to compare those. Just to make sure, you did "make install" after making the
> Does it shed any light?
Not really, sorry. Need more input. ;-)