[Scons-users] scons exe issue -- error is "no attribute 'main'"
Eric S Otto
eric.s.otto at seagate.com
Fri Jul 19 08:00:45 EDT 2013
Hi, Dirk --
I downloaded the "Production" tarball (2.3.0) from scons.org and did the
basic install like this:
/apps/python/2.5.4_32bit/bin/python setup.py install
My IT department also installed it in a different path, and it fails the
When I did it, it seemed to install normally and without any issues.
Regarding the failure (my original complaint), it fails the same way
whether I try to run it normally (i.e., try to build my code from a
different directory using a Sconstruct file, etc.) or if I simply go to the
path where scons lives and try to execute it on its own from there.
Thanks for your help. I will look at the other suggestions as well, and
continue to poke at it.
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 5:42 PM, Dirk Bächle <tshortik at gmx.de> wrote:
> On 19.07.2013 00:30, Eric S Otto wrote:
> here's one more question or thing to try out for you. If you change into
> another directory, does the error go away? Or does "scons" always stop, no
> matter from which folder you call it?
> When testing this, you don't need an SConstruct/SConscript...at first we
> need to get SCons to import its stuff properly (which doesn't seem to
> happen at the moment ). Just call it, and check whether it stops with the
> error as before...or yells at you that it didn't find an input file. ;)
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