Cross compilation patches and build scripts for CPython
Contact: Ray Donnelly firstname.lastname@example.org
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Copyright (C) 2010-2012 Roumen Petrov, Руслан Ижбулатов Copyright (C) 2012 Ray Donnelly, Алексей Павлов
This project is a scratch area for my Python cross compilation work.
One day I'll tidy it up and finish the configuration side of things.
I started this project to make it possible to cross compile GDB with CPython integration.
The build machine can be any of GNU/Linux, Windows and Darwin. The host machine can be any of GNU/Linux, Windows and Darwin. Given the current situation with respect to available cross compilers, the following table illustrates which cross compilation combinations are possible.
Build Machine: GNU/Linux Valid Hosts: GNU/Linux,Windows,Darwin
Build Machine: Windows Valid Hosts: Windows,Darwin
Build Machine: Darwin Valid Hosts: Darwin
To setup a Windows (MinGW-w64 with MSYS) build environment, execute: scripts/windows/BootstrapMinGW64.vbs
It'll ask you: "Do you want Git with your MSYS?" Select Yes. "Install MSYS shell dev tools?" Select Yes. "Install MSYS developer tools?" Select No. "Choose GCC Architecture, Do you want the default GCC to be 64bit?" Select No. "Symlink" Select No.
To get cross compilers: Windows: MinGW-w64 project (Ruben's personal toolchains) Darwin: http://code.google.com/p/mingw-and-ndk/downloads/list or https://github.com/mingwandroid/toolchain4
To target Darwin, you will need a fully working MacOSX SDK, usually from an Xcode dmg. Care should to be taken when extracting these as they contain symlinks and many extraction methods fail to handle these correctly.
To build a nest of snakes given the right compilers on your PATH and a Darwin SDK, execute: ./crucifixion-freedom.sh --python-version=2.7.3,3.3.0 \ --systems=linux-x86,linux-x86_64 \ windows-x86,windows-x86_64 \ darwin-x86,darwin-x86_64 \ --darwin-sdk=PATH_TO_MacOSX10.7.sdk
...cross your fingers and wait a long time.