Re: swig - generate python 3.x wrappers
25 Jul '12 18:28
On Thu, 26 Jul 2012 00:56:21 +0100, Kai Wohlfahrt wrote:
> Could somebody give me a pointer on how to generate wrappers for python 3
> on linux (gentoo)? This is supported according to release notes for
> libsbml-4, and I was recently given the relevant windows binaries in
> response to a question last month, so it should be possible somehow. I am
> currently using cmake to configure my installation, but am not particularly
> attached to it.
> I have both python 2.7 and 3.2 installed on my system. If python 2.7 is set
> as the active version, libsbml builds fine, but I only have the libsbml
> module for python27. If I try to build it using python 3, it fails with the
> error shown below.
Yeah, there are Python 3 (un)portability issues with the new system for producing documentation for Python. We've been working on fixing that, and the fix will be in the new release, coming up in less than 2 weeks (barring unforeseen circumstances).
Thanks for reporting it, however, and sorry for the trouble.
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