[C++-sig] boost.python on OS X 10.3 (Panther)
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Thu Oct 30 17:29:23 CET 2003
[2003-10-30] Sean Spicer wrote:
>On Oct 30, 2003, at 8:46 AM, Rene Rivera wrote:
>> Could try specifying the framework as:
>Done, no go.
>> And for that matter could you check to see if you have:
>Nope, but I have
Well that's strange.
>> Or if that versioned path doesn't exist try this framework spec:
>This one doesn't work either.
>I think with 10.3 what you really want to specify on the compile line
>is "-framework Python" it won't take a path switch. There's some way
>to setup the versioning match in then environment with the
>$HOME/.MacOSX/environment.plist stuff, but I'm having trouble finding
>it via google this morning.
It looks like they changed this for 10.3/gcc-3.3 :-( Just like Apple to keep
But reading some of the new 10.3 docs I have something else for you to
try... Instead of just the <framework>Python use:
>Of course, if your an old UNIX hack like me, you can also just build
>python by hand (use the --enable-framework switch) and update your
>frameworks manually. Grin.
Well, yes, but having it work without any user changes is the goal ;-)
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