Charlie Moad wrote:
> On 4/26/06, Christopher Barker <Chris.Barker@...> wrote:
>> Does it support all three numerix packages, TK, gtk, and wx?
> - Yes to all the numerix.
> - Yes to Tk.
> - I never bother with gtk on mac, and I thought we discussed that
> primarily fink/darwin ports people would be gtk users. They have a
> separate python.
yes, we did, sorry to write that so quick.
> - It should work fine with wx, but I didn't compile the _wxagg
> extension since there is not a universal wxpython yet.
There is a test version now. I'll try what you have done, and then maybe
try to build with the new Universal wxPython.
> The funny thing is that some of the dependencies on OSX appear to be
> PPC only. Zlib is PPC only.
Do you mean that there is no zlib on intel Macs? Or that the zlib that
you have is a PPC only binary? If the later, then that makes sense. It's
a dynamic lib, so it's runtime linked. At runtime, you only need the
native one. Presumably Intel macs have an intel native zlib installed.
> I guess they all work due to Rosetta,
Rosetta is pretty cool, but I don't think it supports mixing intel and
PPC libs in one running app.
> I am glad to hear at least one
> person, Markus, had success with it.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
-thanks for all your work.
Christopher Barker, Ph.D.
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