[Gtk-osx-users] jhbuild bootstrap fails


I'm trying to do the jhbuild bootstrap install on Mac OS X 10.4.11  
but in the last package (waf) it fails. Here is the error:

*** Configuring waf *** [11/12]
./utils/autogen.sh --prefix /Users/pizte/gtk/inst --libdir '/Users/ 
pizte/gtk/inst/lib'  --disable-static
Checking for Python                     :  not found!
Please make sure that the Python interpreter is available in your PATH
or invoke configure using the PYTHON flag, e.g.
$ PYTHON=/usr/local/bin/python configure
------> Executing code from the top-level wscript <-----
Checking for program python              : ok /Users/pizte/gtk/inst/ 
Traceback (most recent call last):
   File "./utils/../waf", line 141, in <module>
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/Scripting.py",  
line 294, in prepare
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/Scripting.py",  
line 299, in main
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/Scripting.py",  
line 117, in configure
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/Configure.py",  
line 199, in sub_config
     ret = mod.configure(self)
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wscript", line 305, in  
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/Tools/python.py",  
line 309, in check_python_version
     proc = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/pproc.py", line  
165, in __init__
     errread, errwrite)
   File "/Users/pizte/gtk/source/waf-1.4.4/wafadmin/pproc.py", line  
536, in _execute_child
     raise child_exception
OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory
*** Error during phase configure of waf: ########## Error running ./ 
utils/autogen.sh --prefix /Users/pizte/gtk/inst --libdir '/Users/ 
pizte/gtk/inst/lib'  --disable-static  *** [11/12]

It says that Python is not installed and that's not true. I have the  
Python 2.3 installed by default on the system and Python 2.6.4  
installed by me which changed the system links to the older python to  
the new one. It says that I must make sure if Python is in my PATH,  
and it is.

Any ideas?

Oscar C.

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