[Pythonmac-SIG] Where is Python.h on OS X?
gandreas at delver.com
Sun Jul 11 17:27:19 CEST 2004
At 1:48 PM +0900 7/11/04, Jim Tittsler wrote:
>On Sun, Jul 11, 2004 at 12:31:13AM -0400, gohaku wrote:
>> I am trying to compile the following:
>> // Don't forget to import "pythonXX.lib"!
>> #include <Python.h>
>> I looked in /usr/include and could not find any such file.
It's a bit more subtle than that (especially when using XCode with
the various OS SDK's installed).
Normally, from XCode, you can just "add framework", select Python (in
/System/Library/Frameworks) and then do #include <Python/Python.h>
and everything will work. That's the easy answer.
...unless you try to target the 10.2.7 SDK (to try to build an app
that works under 10.2.7 and would use a user-installed
/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework) at which point it won't work...
Turns out that XCode actually looks in
there is no
so even though you've added Python.framework (and can even see
Python.h in xcode) it won't find it when building (and you have to
manually add an include path, and you can't use the framework style
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