[pylucene-dev] Re: installation irritations [UCS4]
john.reese at gmail.com
Sun Apr 17 11:23:19 PDT 2005
On 4/17/05, aurora <aurora00 at gmail.com> wrote:
> It seems Redhat based distributions have the Python interpreter built
> with UCS4 option. That means it cannot use the prebuilt PyLucene
> binary package directly but must be built from source. Probably a good
> piece of information to be captured in a FAQ.
> I guess the same would apply to any prebuilt Python package. Unless
> the module publisher release both UCS2 and UCS4 binaries, Redhat users
> would have to do their own build.
Yeah, it's a compile-time option when you're building Python from
source. The standard Red Hat/Fedora Core packages use UCS-4, and so
do the Python RPMs that you can download from the Python site:
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