Is Windows + Python + Ming (SWF/Flash) Possible ?

Discussion in 'Python' started by jmdeschamps, Jun 9, 2004.

  1. jmdeschamps

    jmdeschamps Guest

    I have yet to find a way to compile the source of Ming (a library to
    produce SWF files (Flash), http://ming.sourceforge.net/) to run from
    Python under Windows XP
    Even with some help (from a C++ 'nix senior programmer), I just can't
    make it (SIGH)

    Did anyone reading this ever mage it work???

    The PHP module seems very popular (even available in binaries :0 ),
    but I'd rather program in Python!

    Thanks for any help, advice, hints, or (please) access to the
    binaries.

    Jean-Marc
    PS I'm a very high level language programmer, specialised in scripting
    from way back (Hypercard, Toolbook) and user of highly automated tools
    such as VB, C++Builder, etc, so I lack proper understanding of make
    files, linkage, symbol tables and such stuff I read about when I try
    myself at changing a recipe to compile source (because the posted
    method doesn't work, naturally!)- I'm sure its all very cool, and yes
    if I had a lot of free time it would be nice to invest in learning
    that stuff !
    jmdeschamps, Jun 9, 2004
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