[Image-SIG] libjpeg and pil on intel mac os x

Josh Stephenson josh at clearwired.com
Wed May 31 21:58:48 CEST 2006

As was mentioned in my original posting, runnig python setup.py 
build_ext -i says JPEG support ok.  That's after I point the setup.py 
file to the location I installed the jpeg libraries and includes to 
(using the ./configure options '--includepath= and --libpath=').....it's 
the python selftest.py that throws: "IOError: decoder jpeg not available".


Fredrik Lundh wrote:
> Josh Stephenson wrote:
>> It says:
>> import _imaging # dynamically loaded from 
>> /usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/PIL/_imaging.so
>> what now?
> did setup.py say "--- JPEG support ok", btw ?
> as was mentioned in earlier no threads, if you get that message and
> have a clean build (no linker errors), there's no way you can get the 
> "decoder not available" message from that build.  if this is the case, 
> search your disk for other copies of _imaging.
> if you didn't get the "support ok" message, PIL's setup file couldn't
> find a usable JPEG library in the standard locations; see comments at 
> the top of setup.py for information on how to fix this.
> </F>
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