[Pythonmac-SIG] System python woes
ronaldoussoren at mac.com
Fri Nov 2 08:09:10 CET 2007
On 2 Nov, 2007, at 5:09, Dav Clark wrote:
> I've seen a couple of posts now about difficulty using the system
> python in Leopard. I wonder if anyone else has used the solution
> offered by Phillip Eby here:
> Basically, this wraps your system (or any) python and allows you to
> install libraries into that wrapped python - including ones that would
> override the system defaults. I suppose this strategy could even be
> "wrapped up" in a distributed application bundle of some sort.
> I've used this solution for my own development purposes, and it's
> worked fine. I'd be curious to hear other's experiences or ideas.
Installing your own stuff as eggs should also do the trick. Possibly
after upgrading setuptools (easy_install -U setuptools).
BTW. This behaviour is curtesy of setuptools, it does some nasty stuff
in the .pth file it installs.
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