Thanks for the tips - I'm on 10.3 and I've just gone through and
deleted py2app and PyObjC files from /Library/Python/2.3/ and
/System/Library/.../site-packages, reinstalled using the bdist pkg and
still no luck.
I just tried everything on another 10.3 machine and everything works
without any issues. Weird. I've been getting other strange behavior on
my computer - time to reinstall Panther. crap.
On 4-Dec-04, at 12:02 PM, Bob Ippolito wrote:
> After waking up a bit I realized this is could possibly be because you
> didn't remove an old PyObjC installation first. Do that, and then
> Using the bdist_mpkg installer (which will also install py2app) is
> another way to wipe the old installation clean. From the pyobjc
> source tree:
> % python setup.py bdist_mpkg --open
> If that doesn't work, I'm not sure what to tell you, because it works
> just fine on three computers here (one OS X 10.2 and two OS X 10.3)
> with standard-enough configurations.
> On Dec 4, 2004, at 11:45, Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> What version of Mac OS X is this?
>> On Dec 4, 2004, at 10:36, Victor Ng wrote:
>>> I'm having problems with buliding the example applications - not
>>> really sure what I'm doing wrong.
>>> I've just installed py2app from it's svn trunk, and pyobjc from svn
>>> When I run setup.py py2app on the CurrencyConverter example, I get an
>>> error dialog popping up with:
>>> not found
>>> When I try looking in the lib-dynload directory - I don't have any
>>> objc, AppKit or other directories that I think I'm supposed to be
>>> Any pointers?
>>> On Sun, 28 Nov 2004 23:58:38 -0500, Bob Ippolito <bob@...>
>>>> The py2app-branch of PyObjC has been merged to trunk, and
>>>> will continue on trunk. For those of you that have checked out
>>>> py2app-branch, please svn switch back to
>>>> Enhancements include but are not limited to:
>>>> - All buildapp.py scripts are gone, bundlebuilder is no longer used
>>>> anywhere. Examples now have setup.py scripts and are built with
>>>> "python setup.py py2app".
>>>> - The way setup.py works has changed significantly. It now
>>>> supports a
>>>> bdist_mpkg command to build a .mpkg distribution containing both
>>>> and py2app
>>>> - Includes a copy of what will be py2app 0.1.6 (or possibly 0.2.0 ..
>>>> depending on what else I change)
>>>> - Enhanced compatibility with the Apple Objective C runtime
>>>> - Bugfixes and minor feature additions on several other fronts
>>>> - A sandbox directory with some new half-baked ideas for a new
>>>> Objective C header parser
>>>> The Xcode template still does not support py2app. I would recommend
>>>> that if you use Xcode, you should only use it for development.
>>>> Deployment should be done using py2app.
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