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hi:
     I download the python2.7.10 package and execute cmd: ./configure
--help.It is messages as follow:


         Optional Packages:
--with-PACKAGE[=ARG] use PACKAGE [ARG=yes]
--without-PACKAGE do not use PACKAGE (same as --with-PACKAGE=no)
    --with-universal-archs=ARCH
                            select architectures for universal build
("32-bit",
                            "64-bit", "3-way", "intel" or "all")
    --with-framework-name=FRAMEWORK
                            specify an alternate name of the framework built
                            with --enable-framework
    ..........
    ..........
--with(out)-ensurepip=[=OPTION]
                            "install" or "upgrade" using bundled pip,
default is "no"
   So, I do not know how to use package option: --with-PACKAGE[=ARG].
It(PACKAGE) means 3rd party packages which I download from website?
which directory can i put it In python2.7.10 package? For example, I
download pip7.1.2 from website and I put it in python2.7.10 package dir.
Therefor, I add compile option --with-pip7.1.2=yes when i compile
python2.7.10. Does it correct? --with(out)-ensurepip=[=OPTION], how can
i use it?
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  • Chenchao at Sep 8, 2015 at 2:00 am
    hi:
         I download the python2.7.10 package and execute cmd: ./configure
    --help.It is messages as follow:


             Optional Packages:
    --with-PACKAGE[=ARG] use PACKAGE [ARG=yes]
    --without-PACKAGE do not use PACKAGE (same as --with-PACKAGE=no)
        --with-universal-archs=ARCH
                                select architectures for universal build
    ("32-bit",
                                "64-bit", "3-way", "intel" or "all")
        --with-framework-name=FRAMEWORK
                                specify an alternate name of the framework built
                                with --enable-framework
        ..........
        ..........
    --with(out)-ensurepip=[=OPTION]
                                "install" or "upgrade" using bundled pip,
    default is "no"
       So, I do not know how to use package option: --with-PACKAGE[=ARG].
    It(PACKAGE) means 3rd party packages which I download from website?
    which directory can i put it In python2.7.10 package? For example, I
    download pip7.1.2 from website and I put it in python2.7.10 package dir.
    Therefor, I add compile option --with-pip7.1.2=yes when i compile
    python2.7.10. Does it correct? --with(out)-ensurepip=[=OPTION], how can
    i use it?Is there anybody know that?




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  • Laura Creighton at Sep 8, 2015 at 9:30 am
    In a message of Tue, 08 Sep 2015 10:00:26 +0800, "chenchao at inhand.com.cn" write
    s:
    hi:
    I download the python2.7.10 package and execute cmd: ./configure
    --help.It is messages as follow:

    Optional Packages:
    --with-PACKAGE[=ARG] use PACKAGE [ARG=yes]
    --without-PACKAGE do not use PACKAGE (same as --with-PACKAGE=no)
    --with-universal-archs=ARCH
    select architectures for universal build
    ("32-bit",
    "64-bit", "3-way", "intel" or "all")
    --with-framework-name=FRAMEWORK
    specify an alternate name of the framework built
    with --enable-framework
    ..........
    ..........
    --with(out)-ensurepip=[=OPTION]
    "install" or "upgrade" using bundled pip,
    default is "no"
    So, I do not know how to use package option: --with-PACKAGE[=ARG].
    It(PACKAGE) means 3rd party packages which I download from website?
    which directory can i put it In python2.7.10 package? For example, I
    download pip7.1.2 from website and I put it in python2.7.10 package dir.
    Therefor, I add compile option --with-pip7.1.2=yes when i compile
    python2.7.10. Does it correct? --with(out)-ensurepip=[=OPTION], how can
    i use it?Is there anybody know that?

    The only times I have used with-PACKAGE if you want to
    configure a python package, and it wants to use a package or
    a stand-alone executable, and you want to override the choice
    it would naturally make in finding one of these other packages
    it wants to use. the PACKAGE whose name you replace isn't the
    one you are trying to configure, but another one.


    i.e.


    You are setting up mod_wsgi


    you type ./configure


    mod_wsgi wants to configure apache, and looks for an executable file
    called apxs (or apxs2) which you should have installed wherever your
    distro puts such things, so for me it is /usr/bin/apxs.


    I don't want to use this one. I want to use my own special one,
    or an older version of apache, or something.


    I type:


    ./configure --with-apxs /the/full/path/name/of/the/apxs/I/want/to/use


    So that is what the --with-PACKAGE is for. I do not think it is something
    that is related to your problem at all, but I am not an expert at this.
    The distutils-sig
    https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/distutils-sig
    (with the letter 't') is where you find the experts.


    Laura

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