-This is Python release 1.5.2a2
+This is Python version 1.5.2b1 -- released Dec 22, 1998
What's new in this release?
QNX: Chris Herborth (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
configure works best if you use GNU bash; a port is available on
ftp.qnx.com in /usr/free. I used the following process to build,
- test and install Python 1.5 under QNX:
+ test and install Python 1.5 under QNX:
1) CONFIG_SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash CC=cc RANLIB=: \
./configure --verbose --without-gcc --with-libm=""
_locale, math, md5, new, operator, parser, pcre,
posix, pwd, readline, regex, reop, rgbimg, rotor,
select, signal, socket, soundex, strop, struct,
- syslog, termios, time, timing, zlib
- Newly compiled/tested in 1.5.1:
- audioop, imageop, rgbimgmodule
+ syslog, termios, time, timing, zlib, audioop, imageop, rgbimg
3) make SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash
4) make SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash test
- The socket test might fail in the test harness; going
- through it by hand shows that they work.
- A good exercise for the reader: make this work "out of the
Using GNU readline 2.2 seems to behave strangely, but I
think that's a problem with my readline 2.2 port. :-\
BeOS: Chris Herborth (email@example.com) writes:
See BeOS/README for notes about compiling/installing Python on
BeOS R3 or later. Note that only the PowerPC platform is
- supported at this time, but feel free to try building it on
+ supported for R3; both PowerPC and x86 are supported for R4.
Cray T3E: Konrad Hinsen writes:
1) Don't use gcc. It compiles Python/graminit.c into something