First, again - many thanks to all of you who made jcc work with python 3,
this is a great thing!
Now playing with linux building and I am using anaconda python distribution
and it seems like the link library for python is called libpython3.6m.so
instead of the libpython3.6 that other python seems to use and setup.py
assume. I have another called libpython3.
If I remove this extra_links_args it seems to build fine, as well as if I
add a "m" to the end:
elif platform == 'linux':
#kwds["extra_link_args"] = \
# lflags + ['-lpython%s.%s' %(sys.version_info[0:2])]
kwds["force_shared"] = True # requires jcc/patches/patch.43
The -m seems to indicate how python was built:http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16675865/difference-between-python3-and-python3m-executables
Not sure if there is a danger in removing this, as long as it builds fine?
Petrus Hyvönen, Uppsala, Sweden
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