python.include setting?

Michael Dickens michaelld at
Tue Apr 9 17:57:07 PDT 2013

Thanks for that info.  "pythonx.y-config --include" returns "-I...
-I..." so I'd need some extra parsing -- not difficult, but also a
couple steps more than the "glob" listing. - MLD

On Tue, Apr 9, 2013, at 03:12 PM, Ned Deily wrote:
> 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.)

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