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RE: python2.6 appears to be missing _md5 module?
marco atzeri wrote:
> On 12/20/2012 9:33 AM, Paul Fredrickson wrote:
>> So, it appears there is a package dependency between python2.6 and
>> libopenssl098 that is missing, but most people who need it get it
>> installed via some other package-dependency path. Very minor bug;
>> should I file a bug report somewhere? Or will someone here take it
>> from here?
> the setup.ini correctly reports
> requires: crypt libbz2_1 libdb4.5 libexpat1 libffi4 libgcc1 libgdbm4
> libintl8 libncursesw10 libreadline7 libsqlite3_0 libopenssl098 zlib0
> so it was a missing file on your side.
Unless I'm misreading it (entirely possible; I don't regularly look), the
cygcheck.out output doesn't list any missing files or packages; it just doesn't
seem to have libopenssl098 in it. Which would imply either Paul overrode the
automatic dependency installer, or setup.exe failed to install correctly.
It'd be useful for cases like this to have cygcheck look for and report missing
dependencies. Although I suspect that may be a case of SHTDI.
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