[reportlab-users] setup.py problems with 1.20
Andy Robinson (pair)
Mon Nov 15 09:32:37 EST 2004
Yes, please everybody DON'T use it. As I said last
week it's not released, but we had a web page update script
which wasn't smart enough to known about our new release
process ;-) Next time we'll do it better and ensure a way
of naming 'release candidates' to distinguish them.
Either the attempt to compile rl_accel should be removed
or we should make the source for all extensions available
inside the installer. We'll discuss this morning.
Robin, is there any reason not to make LongTables the
default? IMHO we should turn on this behaviour, test
a selection of apps, and just turn it on unless
Since 1.20 is not official, if anyone else spots any
glaring howlers we will try to deal with them...
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Dennis Allison
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> Subject: Re: [reportlab-users] setup.py problems with 1.20
> I am still having problems installing 1.20. I may have a corrupt copy or
> something. I think I will back off and use the old version for the moment
> and persue the upgrade another day. Thanks.
> On Sat, 13 Nov 2004, Robin Becker wrote:
> > Dennis Allison wrote:
> > > oops/
> > > Just went to upgrade to 1.20 and found that
> > >
> > > python2.3 setup.py build
> > >
> > > dies reporting that
> > >
> > > 'RL_ACCEL' is not defined
> > >
> > > Is this a cockpit error or a script boffo?
> > >
> > ....
> > the setup script needs RL_ACCEL = _find_rl_accel() at the
> beginning of
> > the run function. That's because we moved the accelerator code into its
> > own main branch of the SVN repository. But then since 1.20 is not
> > official I guess there's a chance to fix before it is announced.
> > --
> > Robin Becker
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