Clickable (wx)python app in OS X
theratpack91 at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Sep 25 16:28:35 CEST 2004
> AAAAARRRRRRRRGGHGHGHGHGHGHGHGHGH!!!!!! I hate Macs.
> I have a wxPython program. It runs fine on OS X when I launch it from
> the Terminal ("pythonw appname.py") . The user wants to be able to
> click it. Two main suggestions on the Internet, neither of which
> 1) "Use Platypus" So I download it, upgrade Stuffit, install both,
> figure out how to use it, create an app....and it doesn't work for
> graphical apps. Nice to know, thanks for telling me ahead of time!
> 2) "Just associate .py files with PythonInterpreter". Sounds easy!
> So I navigate to appname.py, Get Info, Open With, navigate to
> PythonInterpreter....WhereTF is "PythonInterpreter"? Not on the OS X
> system anywhere and Google only finds a Python module.
> So, how do I create a clickable icon that will launch my wxPython
Well you are opening it with pythonw so why not associate *.py with
pythonw or python?
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