Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 233523
libboost_python needs rebuild against python 2.5
Last modified: 2013-08-09 01:48:15 EDT
I just tried to compile an application which uses libboost_python and that
failed because libboost_python expect the application to get linked against
/usr/lib/libpython2.4.so.1.0, but it is getting linked against
So please rebuild boost ASAP (before Fedora 7 gets released) also since
libboost_python needs symbols from /usr/lib/libpython.so it should get linked
against it. If this had been done earlier then this breakage would have been
caught way earlier too, through rpm deps breaking.
Created attachment 150821 [details]
PATCH fixing boost compilation on x86_64 with python 2.5
I found this patch from opensuse, which fixes compiling boost on x86_64 with
Hey Hans. I rebuilt boost-1.33.1-12, it's too late for fc7t3 but will be in fc7.
This should show up on the rawhide build lists soon.
The build issue with linking libboost_python is on hold for the moment.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Hey Hans. I rebuilt boost-1.33.1-12, it's too late for fc7t3 but will be in fc7.
> This should show up on the rawhide build lists soon.
> The build issue with linking libboost_python is on hold for the moment.
I don't understand, if you've build a new boost all is well. Or you mean the
fact that -lpython should be added to the libboost_python LDFLAGS/LIBS? If that
is what you mean I think thats best tracked in the review bug, and this one can
> Or you mean the fact that -lpython should be added to the libboost_python
Yes, this. I added it to the review bug. When the rebuilt boost shows up, you
can close this if you are satisfied.
I can confirm this is fixed, closing