That definitely works perfectly fine.
On Jan 10, 2006, at 2:56 PM, Koen Bok wrote:
> Ok, but if I compile the extensions to include on a PPC machine and
> move the site-packages folder over to my ppc python installation on
> my intel that won't be a problem either, right?
> I'm ordering right away! Thanks Bob!
> On 10-jan-2006, at 23:52, Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> On Jan 10, 2006, at 2:39 PM, Koen Bok wrote:
>>> I am dieing to get a new MacBookPro. But I am working on a pyobjc
>>> project so...
>>> At THIS moment is it possible to build a PPC Pyobjc app on an
>>> intel that works under rosetta on intel and natively on the ppc?
>>> Please say yes...!
>> Yes, of course. All PyObjC apps that I have run work perfectly
>> fine as-is. The best way is to simply install a PPC Python (such
>> as the Python 2.4.1 installer or the ActivePython 2.4.2
>> distribution), but you may have problems building extensions
>> (since gcc will be running intel).
>> That sort of thing is being worked on, but cross-development is
>> always complex. Now that the machines are out there, the problems
>> will shake out pretty quickly.
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