I'm a few years away from my last use of any version control
stuff, but I just don't find any Pyobjc-1.4 package file
or anything like it. I also find a few broken links around
sourceforge. I need to install the above package on my
MacBook running 10.4.11, to use some software that depends
Where is it? I found 1.3.7 hanging around at sourceforge,
and I looked through the subversion server and found a tree for
1.4, even a subtree targeted for 10.4, but no software to
download. Even a few dependencies for it.
The archives for this list aren't working, either.
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From: David Bolen <db3l.net@gm...> - 2008-05-27 01:45:38
Rich Hammett <rich.hammett@...> writes:
> Where is it? I found 1.3.7 hanging around at sourceforge,
> and I looked through the subversion server and found a tree for
> 1.4, even a subtree targeted for 10.4, but no software to
> download. Even a few dependencies for it.
I believe the older pyobjc-1.4 download was just a tar image from the
source tree. The current download page:
has a pointer to the 1.4 source branch at:
So, if you want 1.4, just grab a copy of that branch, and then use the
setup.py to build it. Grabbing a copy is probably simplest with a
command line svn tool via:
svn export http://svn.red-bean.com/pyobjc/branches/pyobjc-1.4-branch
which will give you the tree in a pyobjc-1.4-branch directory beneath
where you run the command.
Note when I built it a while back, I modified setup.py to set
AUTO_UNIVERSAL to 1 to generate a universal binary version. If you're
just building on and targeting newer Intel Macs, probably no need to
I believe you can install directly from setup, but I used bdist_mpkg
to generate an OSX-compatible installer package first and then
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