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Why won't Python 2/3 compile when I have valgrind installed?

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This isnt a huge issue, but I am wondering. I am running Mac OS X, I tried to configure with --with-valgrind and this is the error that I got:

configure: error: Valgrind support requested but headers not available

Now, I have valgrind installed, so it should work, yes?If someone has any extra info on this, Id appreciate it.

posted May 25, 2013 by anonymous

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You probably need 'valgrind-devel' package installed.

answer May 25, 2013 by anonymous
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