[Stackless] stackless is not compatible with the third part egg
roland.orre at gmail.com
Sat May 29 21:48:44 CEST 2010
I think the problem may be that Ubuntu (and most other Linux distros)
are compiled with unicode support UCS4 but python and stackless
defaults to UCS2.
This means that any unicode string in e.g. Ubuntu will be represented
by 32 bit words but the the default UCS2 is 16 bit.
str is still 8 bit.
On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 20:49, Stephen Hansen <apt.shansen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 10:28 AM, feng wang <wangfeng3769 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Mr Adam:
>> Thank for your letter , after I tried what you wrote in your letter
>> ,i am sorry to tell you that the same Importerrors happened again ,I do
>> nor know how to overcome it. if you have an ubuntu pc . I hope a test
>> should be taken . waiting for your good news .
> The modules you mentioned (wx, BeautifulSoup) are third-party modules, not
> provided with Python default (let alone Stackless Python). If you want to
> use them, you'll have to install them separately.
> If you have Stackless installed separately from the system-installed Python
> which has those, then you'll either need to adjust your PYTHONPATH before
> running Stackless, to point it at the system-installed Python directories
> (on Ubuntu, I really don't know where apt installs pure-python modules
> directly) as its probably only going to find stuff under its own prefix
> (/opt/stackless, and such). Or you can download those libraries again and
> use Stackless to install them (i.e., /opt/stackless/bin/python setup.py
> install) into its own search path.
> As for wx... I have *no* idea if such a big C++ GUI/GTK+/etc library is
> compatible with Stackless. Pure python modules (i.e., BeautifulSoup) should
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