[Ns-bugs] [Bug 297] Python Binding Compilation error with Cygwin
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Sun Sep 7 20:57:44 PDT 2008
------- Comment #6 from tomh at tomh.org 2008-09-07 23:57 -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> (In reply to comment #2)
> > I don't think that this bug is fixable. I would like to suggest that we disable
> > python bindings on cygwin unless the user installs gccxml.
> Python bindings are disabled now on cygwin.
> Should we really enable Python bindings if (py)gccxml are installed? They
> would be arbitrary versions, and in my experience things might easily go wrong
> if the wrong versions are used. For instance, pygccxml svn trunk works works
> well with gccxml cvs head, but pygccxml 0.9.5 doesn't work well with gccxml
> head, only with gccxml cvs from around the date 2008-04-20, neither does
> pygccxml trunk work well gccxml cvs from 2008-04-20, only with HEAD.
> At least for NS-3.2 I see no better solution than this: when on CygWin disable
> python bindings with a warning suggesting the use of MingW in order to get
> Python bindings on Win32. Anything else sounds too complicated and error prone
> to work, especially in such a short time frame.
I would be fine with this.
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