From: Ronald Oussoren <ronaldoussoren@ma...> - 2006-12-07 13:33:12
On Dec 1, 2006, at 8:50 PM, Gary Robinson wrote:
> Our product (http://www.goombah.com) uses PyObjC on the mac. It isn't
> able to start in the presence of UnifyCamino
> (http://willmore.eu/plugins/unifycamino.html), which puts something in
> I suspect the problem is some interaction with PyObjC, so I wanted to
> make you aware of it. I've made UnifyCamino's author aware of it as
If you rebuild your application using the latest version of py2app
(that is 'easy_install py2app==dev') the problem should go away.
Most hacks like UnifyCamino seem to use -force_flat_namespace and
that caused problems with all version of py2app until earlier this
weak because the application stub defines a number of functions as
global variables and -force_flat_namespace causes the plugin to pick
up the wrong definition (the global variable in py2app instead of the
definition in a shared library).
It is my official opinion that plugins using -force_flat_namespace
are broken by design, but I've implemented a workaround anyway :-)
P.S. You're message was blocked because you're not subscribed to the
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P.P.S. I need to build some kind of registry for PyObjC-using
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