[Pythonmac-SIG] building extensions for 2.3 (darwin build),
and UUID generation
bob at redivi.com
Wed Dec 31 12:24:57 EST 2003
On Dec 31, 2003, at 11:51 AM, Paul Miller wrote:
> Two questions here, as I have just started working with 2.3 on OS X.
> The "old way" (ie. with CFM MacPython) to make extension modules was
> to build a shared library, but I don't see a shared library option for
> the Mach-O stationary, so I can only assume I need to build a
> Framework. I haven't done this yet - can someone point me to some
> documentation on how to build extension modules for the Mach-O Python?
> I can avoid the previous step if there is a standard Mac-specific
> module I can use to generate UUIDs (using the CFUUIDCreate API). Does
> such a beast exist?
Here's an option:
You can use PyObjC to load this framework dynamically. I took a quick
look at the headers and it looks like all the selectors you would need
should bridge perfectly.
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