Re: Cross-compiling with python-distutils & cython
Thanks for the reply. Sorry, I should have mentioned my
configuration, I am building debian-sid , not crush or grip, because I
don't want to grip all the dependencies yet. So all I have to do is
use the cross toolchain and dpkg-cross install the necessary packages.
Then I set my environment and build. But I don't know how to set my
environment to get python-distutils to use the right gcc /
On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Neil Williams <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 22 May 2009 15:00:00 -0400
> eye zak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I am a newbie to cross-compiling and I have a question about distutils
>> & cython. I am trying to build the new e17 debian repo for armel (i
>> have done most of the c packages and they run seem to run correctly).
>> When I try to build the python binding (they use cython and
>> python-pyrex and the debian/rules includes python-distutils.mk) I get
>> errors due to :
> I've never had any success cross-building either python itself or any
> of the python language bindings. Crush doesn't support python. (Not to
> mention that there are no armel packages for Crush right now so there
> is no "right way" to build anything for Crush right now.)
> If you want python, the best bet is Grip.
> Nice to know you had some success though. Just sorry that I can't help
> you - mainly because I never use python.
> Neil Williams