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[Gnumed-devel] Tabbed List Problem/ pyPgSQL folks (?) / Mandrake pyPgSQ

From: Michael Bonert
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Tabbed List Problem/ pyPgSQL folks (?) / Mandrake pyPgSQL RPM
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2003 16:56:10 -0400 (EDT)

Am I the only one missing the tabbed list?
(Click on the 'Clinical' tab... on the right hand side you
should see three sections -- (1) a tabbed list (2) "Scratch Pad"
and (3) "Recalls/Reviews").  I don't see the tabbed list. :(

Does anyone have a good connection with the pyPgSQL folks?
I feel like I'm being ignored by 'em.  I sent an email their
way last week and haven't heard back from them -- with the
exception of a message telling me their developers list
(the email address I found in the src.rpm) is closed and they
would review my message.  -- What I sent 'em is at the
bottom.  Is one of us a developer there?

I spent the last little while learning about RPMs and created
a Mandrake one for pyPgSQL early on Tuesday.  Today I tested it on a
virgin system and found that it works. :)  I'm currently reading the
Mandrake RPM HOWTO... to make sure it conforms to their standards.

If someone wants to do some wants to install using it... email me. :)


Email to pyPgSQL Developers -
Date: Sun, 6 Apr 2003 15:45:44 -0400 (EDT)
From: Michael Bonert
To: address@hidden
Subject: Feature Request/Misleading gcc Error: Customization for Mandrake

Could '' be changed so it doesn't have to be modified
for use on a Mandrake Linux system?

I've installed a couple versions of pyPgSQL (2.2, 2.3) on a couple
of Mandrake systems (9.0, 9.1) and found it frustrating.  If the
include and library directories are wrong you get a gcc error message
which is misleading.

A fix to the problem would be much appreciated... a proposal is below.


Proposed changes in '':

import string


    if USE_CUSTOM:
        include_dirs = YOUR_LIST_HERE
        library_dirs = YOUR_LIST_HERE
    elif(string.find(sys.version, "Mandrake Linux")!=-1):
        include_dirs = ["/usr/include/pgsql"]
        library_dirs = ["/usr/lib/pgsql"]


NOTE: "sys.version" returns:
'2.2.2 (#2, Feb  5 2003, 10:40:08) \n[GCC 3.2.1 (Mandrake Linux 9.1

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