On 02/08/2014 11:38 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: >> What scope should it be declared in? When building with >> autotools, I do not experience this failure. > > One idea is you are using a bleeding edge Python. Those Python > developers are like grocery store managers: they have to keep > changing the location of things to appear like they actually do > something constructive. > > The tdeutils/superkaramba/src/meter_python.cpp file is the only > place I find the function PyString_CheckExact being used. The > meter_python.cpp has the following include: > > #include <Python.h> > > I have Python 2.7 installed. The Python.h header file has a bunch > of other header file includes, one of which PyString_CheckExact is > defined. > > Perhaps look into where PyString_CheckExact is defined in your > version of Python. My guess is your version of Python.h no longer > contains an include where PyString_CheckExact is defined or perhaps > PyString_CheckExact has been replaced by a different function. > > Just guessing. > > The only thing certain in free/libre software is tomorrow somebody > upstream will break something that works today. > > Darrell > Your guesses are pretty 'spot-on' normally. Arch has python 3.3.3, but also includes python 2.7.6 as 'python2'. We should be able to patch the superkaramba cmake file to call python2 instead of python which should solve the problem. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.