[Pythonmac-SIG] Fat Python?
bob at redivi.com
Fri Oct 7 19:58:09 CEST 2005
On Oct 7, 2005, at 6:33 AM, Kent Quirk wrote:
> We're trying to get our application ready for the forthcoming Intel
> Macs, and we'll need to have a fat binaries version of Python and
> support for it in py2app.
> We have successfully built an intel version of the Python.org
> version of Python 2.4 using gnu readline, but we haven't even tried
> to make fat binaries yet, nor do we have the full set of source
> changes found in Mac Python. Doing so would require quite a bit
> more autoconf-foo than we have at hand.
> We've also been looking at macholib to see about making it (and by
> extension, py2app) aware of little-endian binaries. But that's
> going slowly.
> Has anyone else tackled this yet? Are the Mac Python sources
> Bob, have you done anything with this since the spring? Can you
> perhaps enlighten us with what you know regarding the task queue to
> pull this off?
I have no plans or interest in doing the work to support little
endian until I have a little endian machine. That's not going to
happen unless someone gives me one, or Apple comes out with a little
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