[Baypiggies] Mac users using wxPython

Ned Deily nad at acm.org
Mon Jan 10 19:50:21 CET 2011

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<AANLkTi=RYFQFDQ1euk0+CRt7frq3woY49sCBrLoJyte8 at mail.gmail.com>,
 Tony Cappellini <tony at tcapp.com> wrote:
> > I'm assuming you mean you downloaded wxPython from wxpython.org, not to
> > be confused with the Python Software Foundation's python.org.
> wxPython is not available from python.org, so that's not an issue
> > I am a fan of MacPorts for a lot of things but, if you are are going to
> > use the wxPython installer, life will probably be a lot easier if you
> > stick to the 32-bit python2.7 python.org installer because the wx
> There was no choice for 32 or 64 bit installers, so I would assume it
> is a 32-bit installation.

In case I wasn't clear, I meant trying the wxpython.org wxpython2.7 with 
the python2.7 installed by the 32-bit python2.7 installer from 
python.org (rather than with the MacPorts-installed python2.7):


Trying the MacPorts port of wxPython is a good idea, as well.

 Ned Deily,
 nad at acm.org

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