Quick note to self, hopefully useful to others too:
If you compile Python 2.6 (or 2.5) from source, and you want to enable sqlite3 support (which is included in the stdlib for 2.5 and above), then you need to pass a special USE flag to the configuration command line, like this:
(note "sqlite" and not "sqlite3")
Monday, November 23, 2009
Compiling Python 2.6 with sqlite3 support
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Hm. That's strange. I've built Python 2.5 and 2.6 from source and I didn't do this either time, but I got the "sqlite3" module. I wonder what the difference is.
Same doubt here: I just compiled Python 2.6 in Centos 5 64 bits: only thing I needed -of course- was the dev files for sqlite.
It may be some peculiarity of my environment....I am compiling Python 2.6 from source on an Ubuntu 8.04 box, which has Python 2.5 as the default.
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