python.include setting?

Ned Deily nad at
Tue Apr 9 12:12:49 PDT 2013

In article <32CB8D8A-BF4B-4BB1-9B56-C5A0AAB05AD5 at>,
 Jeremy Lavergne 
 <jeremy at> wrote:

> "m" means that they were built with pymalloc. 

BTW the canonical way to find the header directory is to use the 
python-config command associated with the interpreter being used:

    pythonx.y-config --include

Yeah, it repeats itself.  But it handles all the variants.  For example, 
with the Python 3.2 +ucs4 port variant, the suffix should be "mu".  (The 
+ucs4 variant went away in Python 3.3.)

 Ned Deily,
 nad at

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