[Pythonmac-SIG] Difference between pythonw and python?
jum at mac.com
Wed Mar 31 06:55:19 EST 2004
Am 31.03.2004 um 13:49 schrieb Michael Hudson:
> Jens Miltner <jum at mac.com> writes:
>> Am 31.03.2004 um 13:02 schrieb Michael Hudson:
>>> Jens Miltner <jum at mac.com> writes:
>>>> What exactly (at the code level) is the difference between pythonw
>>> pythonw is a shell script :-)
>> Doh! Should've been able to find that out by myself... :-|
>> Unfortunately, looking at this doesn't help me with my original
>> problem of getting Tkinter to work with my app that embeds python :(
>> Do you happen to know why the /usr/bin/python executable differs from
>> the Python.app executable, when both are in the same Python.framework?
>> I'd assume that when the framework comes with Panther, there shouldn't
>> be two python executables...???
> It has something to do with the executable (aka argv?) being seen
> to be in a bundle. Is your app that embeds Python a bundle?
Yes, it's an application package. I link against the Python.framework
(or actually, I load it dynamically - not sure whether that makes a
difference. Maybe I should try to link against Python.framework for
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