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Re: [opensuse-packaging] problem with python package
On 16.06.2015 12:56, Howard Guo wrote:


Please double check the package's architecture. When there is C code in
a Python package, building on incorrect architecture will produce errors
like those you encountered.

Thanks for the reply! Before the package was indeed noarch, which I
removed for this build. Now I assume it builds the arch that is
specified in osc build call. That is 64 bit, but still the
%python-sitelib macro points to /usr/lib/... rather than /usr/lib64/...

However, %python_sitearch points to the /usr/lib64/...

Short: I am not sure if that is the problem.


On 16/06/15 12:52, Klaas Freitag wrote:

I am trying to update devel:languages:python python-netlib to the new
version. It's a dependency of mitmproxy that I also wanna update.

The new version has some C code embedded with cffi which I haven't seen

My local build results in after I
added a couple of dependencies. It builds, but has the install errors.

Can anybody explain what the problem is? How can that be fixed? How do I
handle the debug files? Where should the compiled shared library go?



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