python distutils on Fedora 20
leamas.alec at gmail.com
Tue Oct 28 12:55:43 UTC 2014
On 28/10/14 13:43, Brad Bell wrote:
> Thanks Alec:
> I was using the executable g++ which was installed by the gcc-c++
> package, so the gcc-c++ package was installed on the Fedora 20 system.
> Your comment about locate cc1plus was a big help. If I add
> to my execution path, then the setup.py command works on Fedora 20 . If
> not, it fails
> The strange thing is that cc1plus is not in the execution path on the
> Fedora 19 system (where the setup script works) but it is on the
> system (if one checks locate).
> I think this is a bug in the Fedora 20 distribution of distutils. Do you
> agree ?
I don't know. Shouldn't the g++ wrapper script set up this path as
required (g++ bug)? Or is the setuptools invoking internal gcc commands
directly(setuptools bug)? I have no idea. Could it be something in
setup.py (bug in your package)?
Someone, out there?
PS Please don't top-post. DS
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