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I'm new to python and red hat but I noticed that xchat allows it's user to write scripts in python how is this possible if xchat has the python script option disabled by default. What must I do to enable it? I can use python from within my terminal but how can i use it within xchat for scripts?
PLease if someone can help me your help will be greatly appreciated thank you.
Well if you suspectI have to compile this at the beginning how is this possible I don't know what commands are needed to enable python within xchat. Do you?
I really would appreciate it if someone could help me in this department i have loooked all over trying ot find some documentation on how to enable python with xchat but to my surprise there isn't any. So please if there is anyone out there who knows exactly what I need to do please feel free to post.
I'm not sure if i am typing the command incorrectly but there aren't any type of help files on that command. And also would i have to remove the previous compiled version if i am going to recompile the program? If so what commands are needed?
well the make will depend on how much there is to compile, and the configure depends on lots of things, what libraries the program needs to find and all sorts. most often that's down to the pickiness of the author