I am able to build a new project with this alpha stuff!
But when I try to build my app, it chokes on webkit :-(
Did I do something wrong?
Resources/Python/lib-dynload/WebKit/_WebKit.so' does not contain
On Mar 22, 2006, at 10:30 PM, Ronald Oussoren wrote:
> On 22-mrt-2006, at 22:14, Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> On Mar 22, 2006, at 12:59 PM, Ronald Oussoren wrote:
>>> On 22-mrt-2006, at 21:53, Ronald Oussoren wrote:
>>>> Changes seem to be fairly minor, although the remaining issues
>>>> could well be more work than I'm expecting.
>>> That's what you get when you edit messages while debugging. The
>>> "remaining issues" I allude to were fixed before I had finished
>>> my previous message :-). The only thing left to do is making
>>> py2app aware of universal binaries. This should be fairly easy
>>> because others have already done the hard work, py2app-trunk
>>> contains suppport for universal binaries as does a patch that
>>> someone posted some time ago.
>> I went ahead and created a maintenance branch for py2app 0.2.x so
>> we can go ahead and integrate those patches. The trouble is
>> finding them, I have too much mail and my machine is too slow so
>> it's very painful to do anything with Mail.app. Do you happen to
>> have a copy of the patches or remember who contributed them?
> The patches were written by Ben Artin and should be here: <http://
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