eric at enthought.com
Mon Oct 14 08:27:17 CDT 2002
> On 14 Oct 2002, Travis Oliphant wrote:
> > Report on Mandrake 8.2 (gcc-2.96 self-compiled python 2.2.1)
> > Updated SciPy installation.
> > Tests pass (although now I have to do weave.test() separately)
> > I had to change wx_spec.py in a couple of places. First, I had to
> > change the definition of wx_base (this should be in the system_info
> > file).
You are right, but I'm not sure when I'll get to it. If someone gets to
it that'd be great.
> At least under unices wx_base shouldn't be necessary. If wx-config is
> in the path then it means that wxPython was not installed (or
> not properly at least) and wx support should be then disabled.
Is this true? It live is /usr/lib/wxPython/bin on our machine which is
most definitely not in the path. Where does it live on your machine?
Perhaps we need to fix how ours is installed.
> > Then, I had to change
> > ldflags = get_wxconfig('ldflags')
> > to
> > ldflags = get_wxconfig('ld')
> Are you sure about this change? Here
> wx-config --ld
> c++ -shared -o
> and that shouldn't be suitable for extra_link_args.
Pearu is right. Travis, what error did you get from using ldflags?
What do you get on the command line:
Also, what version of wxPython do you have installed?
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