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Re: Compiling problem
- From: Bob Cowdery <bob at bobcowdery dot plus dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sat, 15 Aug 2009 18:53:39 +0100
- Subject: Re: Compiling problem
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Either I'm too impatient, the question is too trivial for people to
bother with or too complex or lacking information to be answerable. As
I've not posted to this group before and have hardly used Cygwin I've no
idea which of the above is true. Anybody... please.
Bob Cowdery wrote:
I seem to be having some fairly fundamental problems which must be
My end game was to install Cython and compile up some Python stuff
which was written on Linux but needs to run on Windows. There are lots
of shell scripts involved and the complete system does not lend itself
to running native, hence the short-term need to run under Cygwin.
First up I couldn't figure how to compile the Cython package. Next, I
thought Pyrex might suffice and as it is part of Cygwin saved that
part of the compile. I installed Pyrex and have tried to build a
minimal Python module but gcc can't seem to locate the python header
files. They are there and the -I points to the right place
'-I/usr/include/python2.5'. In that directory is Python.h which it
This is starting to drive me mad, any help appreciated.
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