[Pythonmac-SIG] wxPython on 10.3
kevino at tulane.edu
Sun Oct 26 12:45:27 EST 2003
On Oct 26, 2003, at 4:40 AM, Arthur Elsenaar wrote:
> was trying to compile wxPython on 10.3, so far the compiling went
> fine, but doing a
> python setup.py install resulted in a number of errors.
> The first one
> sh: line 1: wx-config: command not found
There are two possible problems here:
1. Have you compiled wxWindows according to the build instructions in
Build.OSX.txt before running setup.py?
2. You may need to add /usr/local/bin to your PATH. Just type the
following into the terminal before building:
setenv PATH /usr/local/bin:$PATH
This command assumes you're using tcsh as your terminal shell. As a
side note, I've heard rumors that Panther uses Bash as the default
shell now, but I just upgraded Friday and mine is still using tcsh. Has
anyone does a clean install, and if so, has your shell changed to bash?
You can find the default shell with 'echo $SHELL'.
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