like "cc_r". For full C++ module support, set CC="xlC_r" (or
CC="xlC" without thread support).
+AIX 5.3: To build a 64-bit version with IBM's compiler, I used the
+ export PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/vacpp/bin
+ ./configure --with-gcc="xlc_r -q64" --with-cxx="xlC_r -q64" \
+ --disable-ipv6 AR="ar -X64"
HP-UX: When using threading, you may have to add -D_REENTRANT to the
OPT variable in the top-level Makefile; reported by Pat Knight,
this seems to make a difference (at least for HP-UX 10.20)
compiler, some experience has shown that the compiler's
optimiser produces a completely broken version of python
(see http://www.python.org/sf/814976). To work around this,
- edit the Makefile and remove -O from the OPT line. (This is
- old information; with the latest compiler this problem does
+ edit the Makefile and remove -O from the OPT line.
To build a 64-bit executable on an Itanium 2 system using HP's
compiler, use these environment variables:
then *unset* the environment variables again before running
make. (At least one of these flags causes the build to fail
+ if it remains set.) You still have to edit the Makefile and
+ remove -O from the OPT line.
HP PA-RISC 2.0: A recent bug report (http://www.python.org/sf/546117)
suggests that the C compiler in this 64-bit system has bugs