chris.jerdonek at gmail
Aug 5, 2012, 8:55 AM
Post #1 of 1
On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 1:48 AM, nick.coghlan <python-checkins [at] python> wrote:
Re: [Python-checkins] devguide: It has been pointed out this paragraph was incorrect. One of the Windows devs
> changeset: 539:f518f23d06d5
> It has been pointed out this paragraph was incorrect. One of the Windows devs will need to fill in more accurate info
> diff --git a/setup.rst b/setup.rst
> -For Windows systems, all the necessary components should be included in the
> -CPython checkout.
This issue may not provide the information you're looking for, but it
It has a patch from a few days ago awaiting review.
Incidentally, the UNIX-specific information added in
might be good to link to in the UNIX section here:
"Do take note of what modules were not built as stated at the end of
your build. More than likely you are missing a dependency for the
module(s) that were not built, and so you can install the dependencies
and re-run both configure and make (if available for your OS)."
(from http://docs.python.org/devguide/setup.html#unix )
Or else move the UNIX-specific information into a subsection of the
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