[Zope] Python 2.3.2 and Zope 2.7.0b2?
chrism at zopemafia.com
Mon Oct 13 12:22:38 EDT 2003
You're trying to install Zope 2.7.0b2, which doesn't recognize Python
2.3.2 as its "optimum" or even an "acceptable" version (2.3.2 didn't
exist when Zope 2.7.0b2 was release). But it should work. Use the
--with-python flag to override this, e.g.
./configure --prefix=/usr --optimize --with-python=/usr/bin/python
As far as why there's a --no-compile when you specify --optimize,
distutils treats the combination of flags "--no-compile --optimize=1" as
"generate pyo files only"; it won't generate pyc files, which is what
you want in this case.
On Mon, 2003-10-13 at 06:10, Florian Lindner wrote:
> I've Python 2.3.2 installed and I try to install Zope 2.7.0b2. But it
> complains about the Python version.
> But it says that 2.3 will also work?
> Will it work or not? How can I override this message?
> florian at bastet:~/Zope-2.7.0-b2> ./configure --prefix=/usr --optimize
> Configuring Zope installation
> Testing for an acceptable Python interpreter...
> Python version 2.3.2 found at /usr/bin/python
> Python version 2.3.2 found at /usr/bin/python2.3
> No suitable Python version found. You should install
> Python version 2.2.3 before continuing. Versions
> 2.2.2 2.3 2.3b1 2.3a1 2.3a0 also work, but not as optimally.
> This is a rerepost, because my 2 other message didn't appear on the list
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