|Subject:||Re: Python and gzip|
|Date:||Sat, 26 Jan 2013 14:54:55 +0100|
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Am Samstag, 26. Januar 2013 schrieb Ludovic Courtès:
> You’ve created a circular dependency between ‘python’ and ‘compression’.
> The fix is to arrange so that there’s no circular dependency. The
> easiest way to achieve that is to move the package in question to its
> own module.
Okay, thanks! I realised after a few hours of debugging, that to execute the tests for the library zziplib, I also needed zip to create test data on the fly; so I added zip and unzip (and zziplib) in their own file.
Now I have problems with zziplib and pkg-config during the configuration of texlive. I have pkg-config and zziplib as inputs. But configure fails at
if $PKG_CONFIG zziplib --atleast-version=0.12; then
ZZIPLIB_INCLUDES=`$PKG_CONFIG zziplib --cflags`
ZZIPLIB_LIBS=`$PKG_CONFIG zziplib --libs`
elif test "x$need_zziplib:$with_system_zziplib" = xyes:yes; then
as_fn_error $? "did not find zziplib-0.12 or better" "$LINENO" 5
(while previous similar lines for other programs succeed). When I install the two guix packages by hand and execute the test in a terminal, it succeeds. Do you have any idea what could be happening?
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