[Pythonmac-SIG] framework on Intel
bob at redivi.com
Tue Feb 28 15:21:03 CET 2006
On Feb 28, 2006, at 3:06 AM, Kevin Walzer wrote:
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> Ronald Oussoren wrote:
>> On 26-feb-2006, at 2:08, Charles Hartman wrote:
>>> My interest in the universal build of 2.4.2 has gotten less
>>> because I just (just) got my Intel iMac.
>>> I guess I *might* figure out how to build Python 2.4 for myself,
>>> though it would be guaranteed to produce a lot of messages to list
>>> asking dumb questions . . .
>> You could use the tree at http://svn.pythonmac.org/python24/python24-
>> check out using subversion and then build using:
>> $ configure --enable-framework --enable-universal-sdk
>> $ make
>> $ sudo make frameworkinstall
>> Please let us know of the results. The installer for the universal
>> is very close to being finished, I'm currently working on creating an
>> .mpkg instead of a single package. When that is finished we should
>> a working installer of a universal python 2.4 build.
>>> So I'm wondering if the binary installer is still looking very
>>> Or would it be smarter for me to download the current 2.4.1 PPC
>>> version and run under Rosetta for a while? (It will work, right?)
>> Running the current version using Rosetta will work as well.
>> Pythonmac-SIG maillist - Pythonmac-SIG at python.org
> I tried to build again, and failed again. Here is where the error
> ld: warning can't open dynamic library:
> - -all_load/usr/lib/system/libmathCommon.A.dylib referenced from:
> (checking for undefined symbols may be affected) (No such file or
> directory, errno = 2)
> This looks weird. Possibly a problem on my system only?
> OS X 10.4.5, XCode 2.2.
My guess is that you didn't install the right SDKs or something when
you installed Xcode.
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