> I'm trying to build Python 0.9.9 on an IBM RS/6000 AIX 3.2.2
> ( I have 0.9.7b built and running fine, including the GL extensions )
> I keep having trouble getting past compiling timemodule.c
> I have tried several variations of defines, but I have not yet
> found one that works. Has anyone else had any trouble building 0.9.9 ?
On Sep 4, 15:30, John DeGood wrote:
> I used this successfully on HP-UX 8.07:
> ADDCFLAGS= -DOLDTZ -DNOALTTZD
Thanks. I tried that and several other combinations.
> ADDCFLAGS= -DHAVE_STDLIB -DNOALTTZ -DOLDTZ
Worked the best - it only gave one warning on compile that
there was no definition for floatsleep, and it was changing
the declaration (from static) to extern. It later bombed
out on linking when it couldn't find floatsleep.
If I tried defining 'unix' or BSD_TIME, so that one of
the function definitions would be compiled, I got a
pageful of other errors.
Finally, I copied the floatsleep definition from the
"#ifdef unix" block, into a (new) "#ifdef AIX" block,
and compiled with:
>ADDCFLAGS= -DHAVE_STDLIB -DNOALTTZ -DOLDTZ -DAIX
And this seems to work.
-Steve Majewski (804-982-0831) <sdm7g@Virginia.EDU>
-Univ. of Virginia Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics