[mod_python] python3.3.3 -> make -> Error with apxs (OSX 10.6.8) (#21)
grisha at modpython.org
Fri Dec 20 22:55:25 UTC 2013
My guess is it's not liking the blanks in /Volumes/Mac OS
This may actually be a bug with the ./configure script - it should
perhaps be wrapping paths in quotes, not sure. As a quick work-around,
I'd try creating a symlink to Users that contains no spaces.
Mind you - I remember having to compile Python 3.3.3rc1 manually on
OSX (with ./configure --enable-shared), the binary package from
python.org as well as brew version weren't quite working on Mavericks,
but this may be fixed now.
On Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 5:08 PM, Tobias Paar <notifications at github.com> wrote:
> Hi, I am trying to get mod_python with python3.3.3 working on my machine. It
> works well with python2, but with python3 I get this error:
> sh-3.2# make
> Building mod_python.so.
> /usr/sbin/apxs -I/Volumes/Mac OS
> -DNDEBUG -Wc,'-arch x86_64' -Wc,'-arch i386' -Wc,'-arch ppc7400' -c
> mod_python.c _apachemodule.c requestobject.c tableobject.c util.c
> serverobject.c connobject.c filterobject.c hlist.c hlistobject.c
> finfoobject.c version.c include/_apachemodule.h include/filterobject.h
> include/hlist.h include/mod_python.h include/psp_flex.h
> include/psp_parser.h include/requestobject.h include/tableobject.h
> include/connobject.h include/finfoobject.h include/hlistobject.h
> include/mp_version.h include/_pspmodule.h include/psp_string.h
> include/serverobject.h include/util.h -arch x86_64 -arch i386 -arch ppc7400
> -Wl,-F/Library/Frameworks -framework Python -framework CoreFoundation -ldl
> -framework CoreFoundation
> Usage: apxs -g [-S <var>=<val>] -n <modname>
> apxs -q [-S <var>=<val>] <query> ...
> apxs -c [-S <var>=<val>] [-o <dsofile>] [-D <name>[=<value>]]
> [-I <incdir>] [-L <libdir>] [-l <libname>] [-Wc,<flags>]
> [-Wl,<flags>] [-p] <files> ...
> apxs -i [-S <var>=<val>] [-a] [-A] [-n <modname>] <dsofile> ...
> apxs -e [-S <var>=<val>] [-a] [-A] [-n <modname>] <dsofile> ...
> make: *** [mod_python.so] Error 1
> make: *** [do_dso] Error 2
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