[Stackless] Missing Modules

Richard Tew richard.m.tew at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 00:12:44 CEST 2013


Stackless is a modified version of Python.  If you already have Python
installed on your system, then you want it alongside it.  To put it
inside it would be polluting the Python install.

As for your other problems, they are not Stackless-related problems.
What I mean by this, is that Stackless is a modified version of
Python.  All we add is some code to add an extra module, and
additionally modify how the language runtime works.  The rest is
standard Python code and supporting scripts.  There is no reason that
you should not be getting the same problems with compiling stock
Python.

With this in mind, I have no answers for the questions, and you can
likely find some googling for Python in place of Stackless.

Hope this helps,
Richard.


On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 7:06 PM, Chris <chris7he at gmail.com> wrote:
> Should the stackless directory be nested in the python directory or should
> it be placed alongside it or should it be in /usr/lib where I have it now?
>
> There seems to be an issue with detecting certain modules, which I already
> have installed: http://pastebin.com/mTu9wZKB
>
> Since then, I've installed libsqlite3-dev. sqlite3 no longer appears in the
> list of missing modules. On the other hand, I still can't import sqlite3.
> Moreover, I'm certain some of the other packages are already installed, but
> aren't being detected for whatever reason
>
> Note: I sent this message once and it was rejected. I realized I signed up
> for the mailing list with the wrong email address.
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