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Re: /usr/include/python

On Fri, 2003-08-08 at 00:25, Matthias Klose wrote:
> > why isn't there a default /usr/include/python (possibly accomplished as
> > a symlink in the package python-dev, like /usr/bin/python in the package
> > python)? (I'm sure there is a reason for that, I just didn't find it
> > documented somewhere.)
> it's not needed. distutils selects the correct include path for you.

I just encountered some stupid build environment (SAPDB) which sets up
its own PYTHONPATH and relies on /usr/include/python. Well, there are
other ways around that.



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