[OpenLayers-Dev] Command line Closure compiler and Windows

christopher.schmidt at nokia.com christopher.schmidt at nokia.com
Tue Sep 20 08:26:53 EDT 2011

You need to use a more modern version of Python to build with the closure
compiler (2.6+, I believe.)

-- Chris

On Sep 20, 2011, at 7:58 AM, ext Iversen Sverre wrote:

> Hi, I downloaded Openlayers 2.11 Sep. 14. 2011
> Tried to use the closure compiler, but it returns an error from script (build.py -c closure full OpenLayers-closure.js):
>> Total files merged: 268
> Compressing using closure
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "C:\My Documents\Web\openlayers\OpenLayers-2.11\build\build.py", line 80,  in <module> build(args[0], args[1], options=options)
>   File "C:\My Documents\Web\openlayers\OpenLayers-2.11\build\build.py", line 60,  in build minimized = closure.minimize(merged)
>   File "../tools\closure.py", line 10, in minimize ntf = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(delete=False) TypeError: NamedTemporaryFile() got an unexpected keyword argument 'delete'
> Question:
> Is it any workaround? – and if any, I need a prescription on how to run it -  not only references to alternative tools. I have used the manual way up to now (paste via web), but will prefer the command line method.
> Best Regards
> Sverre Iversen
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