Re: [Gtk-osx-users] Building PyObjC with Python 2.7 or other options to use the platform version

On 5/06/2011, at 12:14 AM, Dwayne Bailey wrote:
> On 2011-05-25 07:17, Richard Procter wrote:
>>> [...]
>> I tried building and bundling PyObjC at one point but - and my memory is hazy here - it seemed to be tightly coupled to a specific version of OS X. As I abandoned the approach without looking more deeply into it, I may have overlooked something. 
> These are the things I needed to do to get PyObjC building and packaged:
> 	• PyObjC builds with '-isysroot /' according to the comment so that the build is portable.  Rubbish.  This ends up pulling in your /System files instead of the SDK you are building against.  So probably not a problem if you build on 10.5 and want it to work on 10.6.  But it won't work when building on 10.6 trying to ensure you are 10.5 compatible.  I ended up simply commenting out sysroot where it occurred.  I'm sure there are more elegant approaches, but that worked.
> 	• You need to add the paths to the produced .eggs in your launcher
> 	• To bundle correctly ensure you are bundling the PyObjC.bridgesupport files.

Good to know! Thanks for sharing. 


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