On Jul 19, 2004, at 8:32 PM, Ryan Wilcox wrote:
> If you could do this sooner rather than later, that would be great.
> I'm giving a
> talk on PyobjC at MacHack/ADHOC, and would like to have an one slide
> of how to install Pyobjc.
> #1: Grab the latest pyobjc via WebDAV
> #2: sudo python setup.py install
> #3: Install XCode templates
For #1, you might want to mention/demonstrate mounting the repos in the
Finder and the Subversion gives the ability to "export" any branch in
the Finder by a normal drag-n-drop copy.
For #3, we ought to be able to automate that to be a part of setup, I'd
think? I.e. a flag that says "install the templates, as well"?
Alternatively, #2 could be "build the pkg" and #3 could be "install the
pkg", thus automating the installation of the templates.
> This, of course, would be so much easier if libffi was included in the
> repository :)
> Oh! And, hey, guys, I'm giving a talk about PyobjC at ADHOC/MacHack!!!
> ;-) I'll
> see what I can do about contributing the slides and maybe some sample
> code back
> to the project. Or, if ya use Pyobjc and are going to MacHack, stop by
> and say
I lost the keynote version of my slides, but my public iDisk contains
slides from 2003's OS X Con. Feel free to grab whatever content you
want. It always impresses the crowd when I have mentioned that PyObjC
is celebrating a decade of active development. PyObjC is a very
mature Open Source project, but is far, far, far from stagnant (thanks
to Ronald, Bob, Jack, Just, Donovan, and the rest...).
The page also has some other bits that folks using Python on OS X might
find useful; readline, Berkeley DB module, process/bulk-install.