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Where can i get the python source for windows

Hello,

i need the source code of python 2.3 for windows.
I looked on ftp.python.org, but i can't find it.

I need it, because i want to create a visual Mfc
debug application and for that i need
the python*_d.dll and python*_d.lib.

Can anyone give me a hint, where i can get the sourcecode??

Thanks
Susanne
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Susanne <su******@web.de> wrote:
i need the source code of python 2.3 for windows.
I looked on ftp.python.org, but i can't find it.


if you've managed to log in to ftp.python.org, it sure takes
some real effort to miss the source code:

pub -> python -> 2.3

(where "pub" is the only directory on the top level)

alternatively, you can browse to http://www.python.org, click
on the Python 2.3 link in the upper left corner, and look under
"download the release", where you'll find a link to:

http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.3.2/Python-2.3.2.tgz

hope this helps!

</F>


Jul 18 '05 #2
>
i need the source code of python 2.3 for windows.
I looked on ftp.python.org, but i can't find it.


if you've managed to log in to ftp.python.org, it sure takes
some real effort to miss the source code:

pub -> python -> 2.3

(where "pub" is the only directory on the top level)

alternatively, you can browse to http://www.python.org, click
on the Python 2.3 link in the upper left corner, and look under
"download the release", where you'll find a link to:

http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.3.2/Python-2.3.2.tgz

Fredrik,

I'm affraid that is for Unix and OS X only.
L 1.0
Jul 18 '05 #3
>

i need the source code of python 2.3 for windows.
I looked on ftp.python.org, but i can't find it.

I need it, because i want to create a visual Mfc
debug application and for that i need
the python*_d.dll and python*_d.lib.

Can anyone give me a hint, where i can get the sourcecode??

Did you try the CVS?

http://www.python.org/download/cvs.html

L 1.0

Jul 18 '05 #4
Gandalf wrote:
if you've managed to log in to ftp.python.org, it sure takes
some real effort to miss the source code:

pub -> python -> 2.3

(where "pub" is the only directory on the top level)

alternatively, you can browse to http://www.python.org, click
on the Python 2.3 link in the upper left corner, and look under
"download the release", where you'll find a link to:

http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.3.2/Python-2.3.2.tgz

Fredrik,

I'm affraid that is for Unix and OS X only.


nope.

the source archive is for everyone.

for Windows build instructions, see "Building on non-UNIX systems" in
the README, and the "PCBuild/readme.txt" file.

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Jul 18 '05 #5

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