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:: EXPECTED ENV VARS: PYTHON_ARCH (either x86 or x64) :: CONDA_PY (either 27, 33, 35 etc. - only major version is extracted) :: :: :: To build extensions for 64 bit Python 3, we need to configure environment :: variables to use the MSVC 2010 C++ compilers from GRMSDKX_EN_DVD.iso of: :: MS Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4 (SDK v7.1) :: :: To build extensions for 64 bit Python 2, we need to configure environment :: variables to use the MSVC 2008 C++ compilers from GRMSDKX_EN_DVD.iso of: :: MS Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 3.5 (SDK v7.0) :: :: 32 bit builds, and 64-bit builds for 3.5 and beyond, do not require specific :: environment configurations. :: :: Note: this script needs to be run with the /E:ON and /V:ON flags for the :: cmd interpreter, at least for (SDK v7.0) :: :: More details at: :: https://github.com/cython/cython/wiki/64BitCythonExtensionsOnWindows :: http://stackoverflow.com/a/13751649/163740 :: :: Author: Phil Elson :: Original Author: Olivier Grisel (https://github.com/ogrisel/python-appveyor-demo) :: License: CC0 1.0 Universal: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ :: :: Notes about batch files for Python people: :: :: Quotes in values are literally part of the values: :: SET FOO="bar" :: FOO is now five characters long: " b a r " :: If you don't want quotes, don't include them on the right-hand side. :: :: The CALL lines at the end of this file look redundant, but if you move them :: outside of the IF clauses, they do not run properly in the SET_SDK_64==Y :: case, I don't know why. :: originally from https://github.com/pelson/Obvious-CI/blob/master/scripts/obvci_appveyor_python_build_env.cmd @ECHO OFF SET COMMAND_TO_RUN=%* SET WIN_SDK_ROOT=C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows :: Extract the major and minor versions, and allow for the minor version to be :: more than 9. This requires the version number to have two dots in it. SET MAJOR_PYTHON_VERSION=%CONDA_PY:~0,1% IF "%CONDA_PY:~2,1%" == "" ( :: CONDA_PY style, such as 27, 34 etc. SET MINOR_PYTHON_VERSION=%CONDA_PY:~1,1% ) ELSE ( IF "%CONDA_PY:~3,1%" == "." ( SET MINOR_PYTHON_VERSION=%CONDA_PY:~2,1% ) ELSE ( SET MINOR_PYTHON_VERSION=%CONDA_PY:~2,2% ) ) :: Based on the Python version, determine what SDK version to use, and whether :: to set the SDK for 64-bit. IF %MAJOR_PYTHON_VERSION% == 3 ( SET WINDOWS_SDK_VERSION="v7.1" IF %MINOR_PYTHON_VERSION% LEQ 4 ( SET SET_SDK_64=Y ) ELSE ( SET SET_SDK_64=N ) ) ELSE ( ECHO Unsupported Python version: "%MAJOR_PYTHON_VERSION%" EXIT /B 1 ) IF "%PYTHON_ARCH%"=="64" ( IF %SET_SDK_64% == Y ( ECHO Configuring Windows SDK %WINDOWS_SDK_VERSION% for Python %MAJOR_PYTHON_VERSION% on a 64 bit architecture SET DISTUTILS_USE_SDK=1 SET MSSdk=1 "%WIN_SDK_ROOT%\%WINDOWS_SDK_VERSION%\Setup\WindowsSdkVer.exe" -q -version:%WINDOWS_SDK_VERSION% "%WIN_SDK_ROOT%\%WINDOWS_SDK_VERSION%\Bin\SetEnv.cmd" /x64 /release ECHO Executing: %COMMAND_TO_RUN% call %COMMAND_TO_RUN% || EXIT /B 1 ) ELSE ( ECHO Using default MSVC build environment for 64 bit architecture ECHO Executing: %COMMAND_TO_RUN% call %COMMAND_TO_RUN% || EXIT /B 1 ) ) ELSE ( ECHO Using default MSVC build environment for 32 bit architecture ECHO Executing: %COMMAND_TO_RUN% call %COMMAND_TO_RUN% || EXIT /B 1 )