[Build-common-hackers] a question of python-distutils.mk
dr at jones.dk
Sun Nov 22 03:12:59 UTC 2009
On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 10:35:22AM +0800, Chen-Tse Tsai wrote:
>I have one source package that has both a (C++) libary and Python
>bindings for this libary. The Python bindings are in a subdirectory
>named "python". So CDBS can't run setup.py correctly, I wonder how to
>change the default directory to another one.
In the following I assume that the C++ code uses autotools and the
Python code uses distutils. If that is not the case, then please
describe what build systems are used.
It is currently not possible with plain cdbs to use different SRCDIR,
but is one of the things that I am working on at the moment implement.
I would very much like to use your case as a concrete challenge and test
for my current work - please send me either the package or a URL to it,
if ok with you (i.e. if your package is not for some reason a secret),
and I will try to make it work for you (and for the rest of the world).
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