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Compiling C99 extensions

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I'm running Windows and Python 2.4 (binary). I've been trying to
compile this module with extensions that incorporate some C99
extensions (e.g. designated initialisers). I haven't had much luck with
MSVC++ Toolkit 2003, because it doesn't support C99. Is there any other
way I can get the module installed and the extension compiled without
the need to compile Python? I heard that Intel C++ has the same ABI as
VS7.1, can I use it to comple the extension separately? If so, could
someone briefly explain how, because I keep getting the error
"python24.lib cannot be open" or similar error.
Any help will be much appreciated.


Jul 18 '05 #1
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