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Can someone please send me a copy of spread.pyd

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Hi list,

Can someone who has built the SpreadModule on a windows machine please
send me the results of the build (or just point me an a binary
distribution).

Here's why:

I'm starting to use the spread library (www.spread.org) in Python via
the SpreadModule (http://www.python.org/other/spread/). The
SpreadModule builds fine on Linux, but on my windows box, distutils
quits when it notices that Python is built with version 6 of Visual
Studio whereas I've got version 7 installed on my machine.

I've got two choices: (1) rebuild Python, win32all, the spread
library, the whole GTK suite, and whole bunches of other extension
modules with my copy of Visual Studio 7 (yuck, yuck, YUCK!) , or (2)
hope someone can ship me a (version 6 compiled) binary.

Clearly option (2) is preferable. If the Linux build is any
indication, the windows build will result in a single file (probably)
named "spread.pyd".

Thanks ever so much if you can send me a copy,

Gary Herron


Jul 18 '05 #1
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