[uWSGI] uwsgi does not compile on linux with the latest version
yann.malet at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 16:15:21 CET 2010
In fact no particular reason. I just pick in the list the makefile name that
was making sense to me "Linux + Py2.6" I didn't pay much attention to LLVM.
Good news : Makefile.Py26 works like a charm.
On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 11:05 AM, Roberto De Ioris <roberto at unbit.it> wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-01-11 at 10:56 -0400, Yann Malet wrote:
> > Hello Roberto,
> > I can compile up to changeset 109.
> > In fact it would be great if you could use tag and branch in hg. This
> > will enable use to keep track of which changeset is usable.
> > Shall I conclude that the "best" changeset is 109 ?
> Sorry Yann, but why you use LLVM and not the standard gcc ?
> LLVM (at the current state) is interesting only for OSX users.
> All the current work is targeted at gcc, even the Makefile for LLVM is
> not alinged (infact you receive a 'file missing' error)
> The "best" (unstable) changeset is always the latest. I do not commit code
> that does not compile on Linux as it is our main development platform.
> Compile the latest code with
> make (for python2.5)
> make -f Makefile.Py26 (for python2.6)
> It should work without problems (you should really forget LLVM for now
> on the Linux platform)
> Roberto De Ioris
> JID: roberto at jabber.unbit.it
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