Magnus Hagander wrote:
>>Today I got done an item that's been on my TODO list for some
>>time - I got my Windows buildfarm member building with all 3
>>optional PLs and passing all their regression tests. In each
>>case (perl, python, tcl) I used the ActiveState versions,
>>rather than building my own. This is the first time we have
>>done this on a Windows buildfarm member.
>Don't run with ActiveState Python. Run with the official win32 python
>from the python guys themselves. There were some issues with
>ActiveState, but I can't remember what they were. Could be that they are
>fixed now, but I still think relying on the official distribution is
>better when available (the python guys put out a win32 binary
>distribution, unlike for example perl (last time I checked)).
>That said, this is good news indeed :-)
OK, I switched to the Python project's Windows distribution (which is
more modern anyway) and it's still working. See:
One reason for using the AS version of perl, is the nice PPMs of DBD::Pg
that some kind person is now delivering.
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