[tahoe-dev] Python beginner trying to build fordevelopmenttesting

Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn zooko at zooko.com
Mon Oct 19 23:10:12 UTC 2009

On Monday,2009-10-19, at 15:56 , Vanderlinden, Chris wrote:

> Thank you for clearing that up, makes a lot more sense now.
> So the goal on my end seems to be as such:
> Install Python
> Install all dependencies for tahoe
> Install / build tahoe-lafs
> Deploy tahoe-lafs introducer + server nodes
> Build tahoe-w32-client (if so desired)
> Test!
> (documenting along the way of course)

Awesome!  I really appreciate your offer to post documentation about  
your progress.  Updates and edits to these docs would be good:


Building Tahoe-LAFS for Windows is definitely doable -- many people  
have done it, and we have a buildbot that runs the unit tests on  
Windows on every darcs commit (http://allmydata.org/buildbot/ ), but  
it isn't automatic right now, mostly because its dependencies  
pycryptopp and zfec seem not to be found by the build tool even  
though they are available from here:




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