[Pythonmac-SIG] Trouble with py2app not building standalone on 10.5 Leopard
hendricks52 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 31 23:04:23 CEST 2008
I am using py2app 0.3.6 installed using easy install on my 10.5 Leopard
I am trying to package a piece of software into a completely stand alone app
so I can distribute it to other mac users. Currently, I'm using
10.5Leopard and am not having much luck. When creating this app, the
that gets added to the Contents/MacOS is a link to:
While this will work for just about all stock 10.5 computers, this will not
work for anything that doesn't have python 2.5 installed, and I need to
package this for 10.3 and 10.4 for both PPC and i386 also, and these
machines do not have python 2.5 unless they were added later.
I did not use the -s switch that is supposed to create a semi-standalone app
and I did not tell it to skip macholib. Also, I have run the
macho_standalone separately and that has not yielded any better results.
Simply copying the python interpreter into the directory doesn't work either
as it fails with a module traceback not found error. What I need is a way
to completely include the interpreter and everything that it needs into the
Any help on this matter is appreciated.
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