[1.5][gcc-3.4.4] python-2.5.4 distutils failed to compile c files

Joe Pham djpham@netzero.com
Thu May 7 02:54:00 GMT 2009


Using non-cygwin python-2.5.4, distutils failed to compile c files and generated the following error message:

error: command 'gcc' failed: No such file or directory

Apparently, distutils failed to locate the full path to gcc.exe because /bin/gcc.exe is an s-link instead of a regular file (os.path.isfile() returned False).  One simple work-around is to delete that s-link and copy /bin/gcc-3.exe to /bin/gcc.exe

Not sure if there is anything that could/should be done here, maybe just an FYI to those who might run into the same issue.

-Joe Pham
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