On Oct 22, 2011, at 1:45 PM, Shrihari Sankaran wrote:
It seems that you've found a new bug, probably in pygtk. Try building with the 10.6 SDK. I'll have a look at pygtk and 10.7 next week.
Actually, how do I do it the right way? I removed the user account I created earlier and started clean. I added this to .jhbuildrc-custom
setup_sdk(target="10.6", sdk_version="10.6", architectures=["i386"])
Again, the "jhbuild build meta-gtk-osx-python" skipped all the steps. Now, when I run my app (from jhbuild shell), I get "no module named gtk"
Is something remaining from the previous build that I haven't cleared? I've actually removed the user account and created a new one.
You must not have deleted the installation directory. You can either try harder to clean up or just set build_policy = all and pass --clean on the command line to force everything to rebuild. You'll get a couple of failures for modules that don't have clean targets, just select "2 -- ignore error and continue" for each.