checking for --with-python... no
checking for python... /usr/bin/python
checking Python interpreter... /usr/bin/python
checking Python version... 2.7.1
checking Python's email package... ok
checking Japanese codecs... ok
checking Korean codecs... ok
checking that Python has a working distutils... configure: error:
***** Distutils is not available or is incomplete for /usr/bin/python
***** If you installed Python from RPM (or other package manager)
***** be sure to install the -devel package, or install Python
***** from source. See sec. 15.1 of the Installation Manual for
When I try to check the configuration ./configure for Mailman, I get
the above messages.
- Re: break unichr instead of fix ord?
... length-one string on wide Python builds. ... one Unicode code point (i.e. Python Unicode ... Python's codecs will adopt ...
- Re: writing feff at the begining of a file
... Since those files are XML data, I assumed I could easily do that. ... program reading the file to determine the encoding before reading any ... [You can also use the constant BOM_UTF8 from the codecs module.] ... It is present in Python 2.5 and later. ...
- Re: bad marshal data in site.py in fresh 2.5 install win
... I am now on a different computer, one that has never heard of Python, ... import zipimport # builtin ... import _codecs # builtin ... import sys, encodings, encodings.aliases ...
- Re: Opening Unicode files
... I have been developing a tool in python that opens some unicode files, reading them and processing the data. ... Are you sure your codecs is the Python module imported normally. ... That error message is what you get when you call an instance's method with the wrong number of arguments. ... I believe your codecs value is no longer the imported module, but rather some instance object you've assigned into it: ...
- Re: codecs latin1 unicode standard output file
... >> import codecs ... > to print latin-1 characters to stdout without any intervention at all. ... It's a Window machine with Python 2.3.2 installed. ... Calling this on command line: ...