[Image-SIG] problems with selftest on OS X intel XServe

cristopher pierson ewing cewing at u.washington.edu
Sat Feb 24 00:13:49 CET 2007

The only reason I haven't done a framework build is to avoid killing the 
original python that comes on the box.  Just in case there's anything else 
that uses it that I'm forgetting.

I wasn't aware of those packages.  I'll check it out.  I don't know that I 
need PIL1.1.6, so maybe an earlier build will work.  I just like building 
every piece from source so I know what I've got running in all cases.


Cris Ewing
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On Fri, 23 Feb 2007, Christopher Barker wrote:

> Is there a reason you can't use these?:
> http://pythonmac.org/packages/py24-fat/index.html
> It would be a whole lot easier. I do see that there is not a 1.1.6 build of 
> PIL there. If you need 1.1.6, I'd try to built it with that Python, and if 
> you have trouble, the folks on the pythonmac list will be helpful. If you do 
> get it built, it wold be great to submit it to that archive, too.
> If you really need to build your own Python, you may want to do a framework 
> build. It's a configure incantation that I don't' know off the top of my 
> head.
> -Chris
> cristopher pierson ewing wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm trying to build PIL to include it in python 
>> Now I'm working on my server, a new Intel XServe box running OS X 10.4.8.
>> I'm working with a compiled installation of Python 2.4.4, built earlier 
>> today from source.
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