[pylucene-dev] Pyton 2.6 + JCC + Pylucene issue.
vajda at osafoundation.org
Sun Nov 23 12:07:59 PST 2008
On Sun, 23 Nov 2008, Jose Neto wrote:
> I used -m jcc.__main__
> Now I got the following error:
> $ make
> /cygdrive/f/Python26//python.exe -m jcc.__main__ --shared --jar
> 0/build/lucene-core-2.4.0.jar [...]
> [..] --version 2.4.0 --files 2 --build
> f:\Python26\python.exe: No module named _jcc
> make: *** [compile] Error 1
> There's no such _jcc module - at least, I did not find any.
That's because, as you already know, the installation of jcc failed with an
'error'. Assuming you have setuptools installed, which is what jcc uses, you
should contact the relevant mailing list for that problem.
If, on the other hand, you don't have setuptools installed yet, and are
hence using distutils, you should install setuptools next to see if that
solves the installation jcc problem (jcc's setup.py uses setuptools if
found, distutils otherwise).
> > / Greetings,
> />/ I'm quite a newbie in Python, but I found the language very
> />/ productive, so that I'm abandoning Java in favor of Python.
> />/ I'm trying to use pylucene in Python 2.6. Since there's no windows
> />/ build for 2.6, I try to build the source code.
> />/ f:\Python26\python.exe: jcc is a package and cannot be directly
> />/ executed
> That's a python 2.6 novelty.
> See the 2.6 example for Mac OS X.
> Use -m jcc.__main__ instead of -m jcc when invoking it.
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