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missing libpython.so?

Becker__Neal
Beginner
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DIstribution has libpython3.5m.a, but I don't see libpython.so. 

I'm pretty sure this would be needed to build any modules on most architectures.

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Ricardo_C_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

this library will be included in our soon to be released 2017 Beta. If you registered for the Tech Preview, you will be receiving the invitation for the Beta version.

Thanks,

Ricardo

gaston-hillar
Black Belt
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Hi ndbecker and Ricardo,

I just entered into the forums to post a thread about this issue. Luckily, as a good practice, I always search and check whether a thread exists before posting a new thread.

I definitely look forward to working with the soon to be released 2017 Beta because I need libpython.so. :)

Thanks!

gaston-hillar
Black Belt
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Hi ndbecker and Ricardo,

The latest version launched a few days ago includes libpython.so :)

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