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Re: [Cheetahtemplate-discuss] Windows Binaries and Installers

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  • Jacob Feisley
    Yea, Some slight mods to your distutils setup and it was building fine. It might be worth noting that it will not compile with the Microsoft Compiler that I
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 17, 2009
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      Yea,

      Some slight mods to your distutils setup and it was building fine. It might be worth noting that it will not compile with the Microsoft Compiler that I use to build most modules, but did work with the mingw32 compiler. I had both so I just tried until it worked ;)

      If you need anything compiled in the future please give me a shout.

      Cheers,

      Jacob

      On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 10:27 AM, R. Tyler Ballance <tyler@...> wrote:

      On Fri, 07 Aug 2009, Jacob Feisley wrote:

      > I use Cheetah on Windows (mainly for development, then deploy on *nix) but
      > found that the most recent version does not have a _namemapper.pyd for
      > Python 2.6
      >
      > I ran the compile operation on our build servers and generated pyd files for
      > Python 2.4, 2.5, and 2.6. Additionally I created Windows installers so that
      > it could easily be installed by windows users without having to copy the pyd
      > files by hand.
      >
      > Windows Installers: http://feisley.com/python/cheetah/
      > Cheetah Namemapper PYD: http://feisley.com/python/cheetah/pyd


      Neat, I'm actually excited about the next release of Cheetah (v2.2.2,
      which I've been slacking on) since abbeyj@ has been a great help in
      getting some of the C modules and packaging of Cheetah prepared such
      that we can push out a full Windows-friendly release with v2.2.2.

      I'm assuming you created the Windows installers with setuptools (that's
      the only method I'm aware of currently to do so), if not, do tell :)


      Cheers

      -R. Tyler Ballance
      Slide, Inc.

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