Just because that would be too easy by itself, I'm going to follow the instructions for Cygwin, and we'll see what happens.
Okay, it's going fairly well so far...
And then I get to step 3:
Download, compile, and install sqlite from sources. Use version 3.3.5.To compile it, I use "./configure", "make", "make install", but that gives me the following error:
$ make install tclsh ./tclinstaller.tcl 3.3 can't read "env(DESTDIR)": no such variable while executing "set LIBDIR $env(DESTDIR)[lindex $auto_path 0]" (file "./tclinstaller.tcl" line 10) make: *** [tcl_install] Error 1
This page tells me to remove each occurance of "$(DESTDIR)" from Makefile, so I did, and it still didn't work, so I tried commenting out "HAVE_TCL = 1" and then it all seemed to work just fine.
Until I got to the line:
chmod +x /lib/python2.4/site-packages/pysqlite-2.2.2-py2.4-cygwin-1.5.19-i686.egg/pysqlite2/_pysqlite.dllwhich failed, but it was easy enough to change it to:
chmod +x /lib/python2.4/site-packages/pysqlite-2.2.2-py2.4-cygwin-1.5.19-i686.egg/pysqlite2/_sqlite.dllwhich worked.
drproject-server --debug --port 8080 --auto-reload --create=/tmp/drprojectgave me the error:
drproject-server: error: --create option does not take a valueSo I tried
drproject-server --debug --port 8080 --auto-reload --createwhich said:
drproject-server: error: incorrect number of argumentsSo I finally tried
drproject-server --debug --port 8080 --auto-reload --create /tmp/drprojectand it seemed good.
Finally, I ran
drproject-server --debug --port 8080 --auto-reload /tmp/drprojectAnd it was good...
So I created a script called "drproject-server-profile", to profile it, containing the following lines
and here is the data!
#!/usr/bin/python # EASY-INSTALL-ENTRY-SCRIPT: 'DrProject==1.0dev-r2084','console_scripts','drproject-server' __requires__ = 'DrProject==1.0dev-r2084' import sys from pkg_resources import load_entry_point import profile profile.run("sys.exit(load_entry_point('DrProject==1.0dev-r2084', 'console_scripts', 'drproject-server')())", 'profile.tmp')