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I have installed Python-2.3.3 in the SUSE Linux 9.1 system and am
trying to rebuild an application rpm that was implemented in Python,
the defines in the pyconfig.h seem to be related to Microsoft 32-bit
and 64-bit environment, do I need these defines in the linux
environment? what is the purpose of this header file?


Jul 18 '05 #1
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The pyconfig.h file (/usr/include/python2.3/pyconfig.h) should begin
something like this
/* pyconfig.h. Generated by configure. */
/* Generated from by autoheader. */
and shouldn't cause problems.

If it starts in a wildly different way than that, then it's probably due
to something unique SUSE did in packaging Python. If you're having
problems with SUSE's own modifications, then the place to go is probably
their bug database or mailing lists.


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Jul 18 '05 #2

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