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Author refi64
Recipients chaselton, ethan.furman, freakboy3742, mpaolini, r.david.murray, refi64, tritium
Date 2015-07-25.17:38:24
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So...I have *no* clue why _struct can't be found.

Can you use gdb to get the segfault backtrace like you did before?

On July 25, 2015 6:56:10 AM CDT, Cyd Haselton <> wrote:
>Cyd Haselton added the comment:
>I assume so; I'm using whatever is pulled frommy fork of the git repo.
>I've actually run into a different error that occured when i rebuilt to
>include readline support; when I run ./python -m test I;m getting
>"ImportError: no module named _struct found."
>Trying to figure that one out first...
>Python tracker <>
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