[Pythonmac-SIG] UpGrading + Pygame
bob at redivi.com
Sat Aug 2 18:24:02 EDT 2003
On Saturday, Aug 2, 2003, at 13:26 America/New_York, João Leão wrote:
> I'm reporting this because i don't remember seeing much feedback about
> installing MacPython 2.3 (final) on top of previous versions (maybe
> everyone's doing that?).
> My previous MacPython was 2.3b2-2 and i'm running OS X 10.2.6.
> The reason i didn't want to make a clean installation was because i
> was using PyGame. I got it from Andrew Straw and, at that time, his
> version (MacPython 2.3a2 + PyGame Stuff) was the only (?) binary
> MacPython 2.3a2 had some bugs (for ex: PM wasn't working) and i
> "upgraded" to 2.3b2-2.
> Finally, i installed 2.3 (final) and i was glad to see that PyGame
> continues to work. Maybe this is the easiest way for a non-experienced
> user like me to get PyGame running.
> If i did this the wrong way you can also use it as bad example..
That is not the "right" way, there is a newer version of pygame / sdl /
PIL / etc in my unofficial package repository. This is now Andrew's
recommended installation method, see:
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