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Author Santiago Castro
Recipients Santiago Castro
Date 2016-09-19.19:34:50
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When installing Python (for example, version 3.5.2), if SQLite library and headers are not installed in a default location (like $HOME/.local/include instead of /usr/include), it should take it from there, and not fail to find it. This behavior does work with bz2 library and OpenSSL, but not with SQLite.
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