python.include setting?

Michael Dickens michaelld at
Tue Apr 9 07:54:25 PDT 2013

On Tue, Apr 9, 2013, at 10:48 AM, Jeremy Lavergne wrote:
> "m" means that they were built with pymalloc. 

Interesting; I had no idea. I see no way to turn off pymalloc in the
Portfile, so do you know if the Python 3.X ports are always built with
it and hence always have the "m" appended to the include directory?

Either way, we need to fix this in the python-1.0 PortGroup. I'll look
into this change, in some reasonably robust manner. - MLD

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