From: Jack Jansen <jack@or...> - 2001-09-05 09:04:15
> The other change this patch makes is to switch shared library building
> from using Mac OS X bundles - which have the down side that you can ONLY
> load them, you can't link against them - to Mac OS X dylib's, which you
> can both load on demand, AND link against.
what was the problem with linking against bundles? I had heard reports that
both Tcl and Perl decided not to go with bundles on MacOSX, but as I was
already half-way done for Python I decided to push ahead anyway, and I have
found no problems, it all works fine.
Well, no problems: there's a minor problem in that, if you don't want to
convert all #include's you have to add not only a "-framework Python" but also
a -I option to find the include files.
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