[p4python] P4python for Python 2.6

Drew Davenport drewdavenport.dev at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 16:37:41 PDT 2009

Thanks for your help. I was running into some link errors before, but based
on your input I gave it another shot from square one and had no problems
this time. I'm not sure what the problem was before, but more than likely it
existed between keyboard and chair.


2009/6/29 Chris Trimble <trimbo at gmail.com>

> Yes, I've gotten it working.  I should have written down how but here's how
> I think I did it...
> I believe I downloaded the P4Python 2008.2 code and
> "p4api-2008.2.199044-vs2005_static".  Unpack the api into the same dir, then
> edit your setup.cfg to point at that api.  Run setup.py as usual.  Should
> work at this point (but like I said, I did this work a while ago and am
> trying to dissect what I did).
>  - Chris
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 9:10 AM, Drew Davenport <
> drewdavenport.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Has anyone had success getting the P4Python extension compiled for Python
>> 2.6 under Windows? There was a thread on this topic earlier this calendar
>> year, but the last message says that support is planned "soon", and I
>> haven't been able to find much information elsewhere.
>> I've attempted compiling them myself, but it seems like the root of the
>> problem is that perforce supplies their p4api libraries compiled with either
>> vs2003 or vs2005, but I need to compile extensions for 2.6 with vs2008.
>> If anyone can provide any help or insight, it would be greatly
>> appreciated.
>> Regards,
>> Drew Davenport
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