I'm trying to build for the first time, and it's failing the Python version check
#if PY_VERSION_HEX < 0x03030000
# error "Python 3.3 or greater is required, you'll need to update your python."
I have python 3.3, I've tried adding PYTHON_VERSION in CMake-Gui.
It appears the hex hash comes from
instead of ~\python\3.3
why is that? where is the include set? I would expect the patchlevel.h in 3.3 to overwrite the define, but I guess it's not being included.
Are there any paths, system environment variables, or cmake variables I need to set?
On a side note, I'm using VS2010pro if that makes any difference or if there's any other issues with that I should be aware of.
Just for reference:
I found the include directory in bf_python was set to 3.2 if making the project for vs 2010 but 3.3 for 2008. As I then found a bunch of linking errors and saw this post: http://www.blender.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=25740
I decided to go VS2008 at seems quite happy.