Python for Macintosh
wurmy at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 28 19:22:39 CEST 2002
I am planning to get a Macintosh computer soon (an iMac G3, to be precise). It
should probably run Mac OS X. Unfortunately, at this point I don't know
anything about Macs, so I wonder how things work with Python programming. Maybe
some MacPython users can enlighten me.
I know that there are several Python versions of the Mac out there, so I trust
that I can still do some basic programming with it. But would I still be able
to use, for example:
Maybe some of these packages rely on binaries and must therefore be custom
built. How easy/difficult would it be to do that, compared to other operating
Also, does MacPython have a command line like the Windows and Unix versions?
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