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Building Windows debug distribution

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I have a Windows build of Python 2.4 core with all the extensions, both
debug and release. The release installer is built by msi.py
Is there a way to build a debug distribution other than rewriting msi.py
?
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Jul 18 '05 #1
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"Mark English" <Ma**********@liffe.com> writes:
I have a Windows build of Python 2.4 core with all the extensions, both
debug and release. The release installer is built by msi.py
Is there a way to build a debug distribution other than rewriting msi.py
?


But rewriting msi.py shouldn't be hard (replace xyz.pyd by xyz_d.pyd,
basically)

Thomas
Jul 18 '05 #2

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