From: Scott Johnston <scott@fl...> - 2005-03-21 02:00:50
Okay, so I probably shouldn't be trying beta1.3 with a dumb question
What do I need to REMOVE to get the 1.3 installation to work?
I have trouble getting examples to "python setup.py py2app" due to a
problem with py2app.
I installed with pyobjc-1.3b1.mpkg (no errors), and have clearly messed
When I look around, it looks like the NEW py2app directory was installed
as a sub-directory of the OLD py2app.
(The newer stuff is in /Library/Python/2.3/py2app/py2app, and the older
This could be an installer bug, as something like:
cp -r /srcdir/blah /destdir/blah
will stick the directory blah INTO /destdir/blah if /destdir/blah
I'm also noticing that there are some old .so files around in
that are now duplicated in a subdirectory.
As much as I love OSX, I wish uninstalling, or maintaining parallel
versions was a bit
easier to manage.
My "old" install was PyObjC 1.1 with separate installation of
At this point, I think a clean resinstall of PyObjC is in order.
Is it enough and proper to just:
/bin/rm -f /Developer/Python/py2app # Where old py2app
examples were installed
/bin/rm -f /Developer/Applications/Python\ Tools/py2app
/bin/rm -f /Library/Python/2.3/PyObjC*
/bin/rm -f /Library/Python/2.3/py2app*