Building python from source, sqlite3 not compiled.
Okay, first of all, i'll apologize since i have asked this question before. But I have gained more information, and don't want to raise that old topic because it accidentally went to a wrong section on the forums.
So here is the deal:
I'm cross compiling python 2.6.6 from source for ARM. I'm using mentor CodeSourcery compiler.
When I compile the system image in which the Python is a part of, I first construct a file structure under a temporary installation directory and finally construct an image from the structure.
When I compile Python, I have already compiled sqlite3 for ARM and moved the /include folder (holding sqlite3.h and sqlite3.c) and /lib folder (holding the libsqlite3.so / a / so.0.8.6 /la /so.0. Shared objects), onto the temporary file structure.
After that I modify the pythons Setup.py to search sqlite3 headers and libraries in these folders. The installation prints the :
and then it prints the failed modules list, in which sqlite3 is not in.
sqlite3.h : version 3.6.22
Still the _sqlite3.so object is not found in the build/lib.linux.XXXX/-directory after the build.