Thread subject: sK1 Project :: Installing to main python directory on Windows
Posted by andy on 08-12-2010 05:55
Is it possible to install UniConvertor into the main Python directory on Windows (c:\python26) instead of using the python bundled with the installer?
I tried manually transferring files from the installation directory to the python26 dir, but couldn't figure out exactly what I needed.
Posted by igor on 08-12-2010 09:56
The simplest way is compiling regular .exe installers from project source code. We don't provide such installers because a lot of windows users prefer unified msi installer with bundled python.
Posted by andy on 09-12-2010 07:05
I tried doing "setup.py install" with the source distribution. It used visual studio to do the c/c++ compilation but complained because it was missing the lcms library header file. I managed to find a version of that library from the gnuwin32 project and compiled it with visual studio but couldn't figure out where I needed to put it to get uniconvertor to pick it up. Any ideas?
Posted by igor on 09-12-2010 21:52
During distutils build Python seeks headers in %PYTHONHOME%/include
You can try adding they in this folder.