OK, all of those messages are from when gcc attempts to build various python extensions/libraries. It would seem that it is unable to locate the files mentioned, so perhaps you don't have all of the source. Not sure what to suggest to fix that.
However, I will reiterate that you … Read More
Oops. I've just realised, in my previous post I was slightly wrong regarding the build errors from your Python compilation.
The errors **ARE** from when gcc is trying to compile the Python extensions, but they **aren't** because of missing files in the source-tree, it's more likely that you are missing … Read More
I just tried it out. I have Kubuntu 12.10, with python installed (default) and with the mxDateTime and Mako installed as instructed by JasonHippy. I extracted the Haizea sources as instructed, I launched the setup.py as instructed, and received a message similar to yours (ending in "Writing ... haizea-1.0.egg-info"). All … Read More
@OP: Thanks and sorry, I've been unable to get online for a few days. Having a manic time at work and at home. Didn't manage to check back after my previous post!
@Mike: Thanks for picking up my slack! Heh heh! :)
Getting back on topic:
Pydoc is used to … Read More