(MAC) CoreGraphics module???

David C. Ullrich ullrich at math.okstate.edu
Sat Nov 3 12:59:58 CET 2007


On Fri, 2 Nov 2007 13:14:16 +0100, Tommy Nordgren
<tommy.nordgren at comhem.se> wrote:

>
>On 2 nov 2007, at 02.10, David C. Ullrich wrote:
>
>> [Why doesn't CoreGraphics work?]
>> --  
>> http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
>	There are Python wrappers for the Cocoa API. These can be used with  
>binaries from Python.org.
>The name of the module is PyObjC, and can be downloaded from  
>sourceforge.

Ah. I'd read about this in the context of using Python in Xcode
applications, which seems like something I definitely want to
learn how to do, but it was scheduled for "later"...

PyObjC will also allow a person to access Cocoa things from
an ordinary Python script? If so, keen.

Thanks.

>There are binary builds for Python up to version 2.4.1.
>	For Python 2.5.1, it is necessary to build it yourself, which I've  
>found out requires modifying setup.py.
>(The problem is that setup.py tries to use two modules that's not  
>installed by default on Tiger)
>------
>What is a woman that you forsake her, and the hearth fire and the  
>home acre,
>to go with the old grey Widow Maker.  --Kipling, harp song of the  
>Dane women
>Tommy Nordgren
>tommy.nordgren at comhem.se
>
>


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David C. Ullrich



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