Author tony_nelson
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Date 2009-04-01.03:11:17
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test_httpservers fails the CGI tests if Python was built as a shared
library (./config --enable-shared) and not yet installed.  To run such a
Python without installing it, the command line must define
LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point to the build directory.  I see that the new
environment for the child CGI process still has LD_LIBRARY_PATH set. 
The child process is not using that when the CGI is invoked.

After the new shared Python (or one like it) is installed, the test
passes, but the CGIs aren't using the correct copy of Python.

I'm doing this with Python 2.6.1, but the version probably doesn't matter.
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