I have an OpenBSD box running Python 2.6. I want to install py-setuptools, but that package is built against 2.5.
I was curious as to what the Makefile for py-setuptools looks like, to see if it mentioned anything about Python 2.5 as a dependency. I did not find anything version-dependent.
make install in
/usr/ports/devel/py-setuptools on a whim, and it blew up because of failed missing Python 2.5 dependency. That is expected.
My question is, How do I modify the Makefile to build against Python 2.6 ?
I came across this in the man pages, but I am still clueless how to specify what version to build against. Also, I don't see anything that actually installs the egg.