On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 7:47 AM Jun Omae <jun66j5_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 4:33 AM Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > [[[
> > C:\research\svn\dev\trunk>python win-tests.py --log-level=DEBUG
> > --debug --swig=python R:\test_swigpython
> > Testing Debug configuration on local repository.
> > -- Running Swig Python tests --
> > Fatal Python error: _PyInterpreterState_Get(): no current thread state
> > Python runtime state: unknown
> > [Test runner reported failure]
> > ]]]
> > Any ideas?
> > (Note: it's entirely possible that I did something wrong here locally :-))
> Python bindings is unable to build with Debug mode. Instead, try to
> build and test with Release mode.
> The limitation is described in subversion/bindings/swig/INSTALL:
> NOTE: Our Python SWIG bindings will currently NOT compile in Debug mode
> unless you have python24_d.lib (which binary distributions of
> Python do not contain). Therefore, the Python bindings will only
> compile in Release mode. (This is due to pyconfig.h using the
> _DEBUG flag too and setting a #pragma comment(lib) value.)
I'm not sure that's the problem, because I did build them (seemingly
successfully) in Debug mode.
Yes, first the build failed (with an error about missing
python38_d.lib). But then I reran the Python 3.8.2 installer (Windows
32-bit -- I have everything built with 32-bit for now), and on the
last screen of the installer I checked "Install debug symbols" and
"Install debug binaries (Requires at least Visual Studio 2015)". After
that, the file python38_d.lib was present in the Python installation:
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is 2636-2424
Directory of C:\Python38-32\libs
10/05/2020 16:26 <DIR> .
10/05/2020 16:26 <DIR> ..
25/02/2020 23:30 174.392 python3.lib
25/02/2020 23:30 364.012 python38.lib
25/02/2020 23:30 368.618 python38_d.lib
25/02/2020 23:30 176.006 python3_d.lib
25/02/2020 23:30 1.746 _tkinter.lib
And building the __SWIG_PYTHON__ target in Debug configuration (x86)
But then I got that new error when trying to run the swig-python tests.
I'll try again later with Release mode. But just wanted to let you
know that the problem was not with building, but rather at runtime.
Received on 2020-05-12 12:17:41 CEST