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On Sep 28, 2012, at 1:24 PM, Ronal= d Oussoren wrote:
> On Sep 28, 2012, at 11= :14 AM, "Diez B. Roggisch" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Bump. Nobody seen this? I tried with a freshly re-instal= led Python 2.7, with new pyobjc and py2app 0.6.4. Same issue. It seems kin= d of random at which packet it crashes, if that help.
&g= t;> I'm really looking for a solution, because I finally would have an = actually commercial project I *need* to ship an app, instead of private st= uff I can run as aliased bundle, so any help is much appreciated.
> I haven't seen this before. You could try running wit= h pdb to see if that gives you more information?
I tried, but it = failed randomly, so pdb wasn't of much use.
The fun thing is: I w= anted to investigate further, and re-iterated the py2app some times. And l= o and behold, eventually it would work.
So I started working on = my project for now, as it seems I can get things to work eventually.
<= br> >
> Can you build the sample projects that ship with py2app= and pyobjc? If those work you could try to minimize your setup.py file an= d then add in stuff until building fails.
I did that - and f= unnily enough, it works. For all the examples in
So it m= ight be something that is local to my project. Which is strange, but heck,= nothing is impossible. I will try & see if the issue rises again. The= new project I started will feature a lot of the code & modules of the= failing one (which was the reason I picked it in the first place), and I'= ll keep an eye on if and when this will happen again.
Thanks for = taking time to think about this!