[Pythonmac-SIG] Problems installing Python 2.3.4 over standard Apple Python installation

Bob Ippolito bob at redivi.com
Thu Nov 18 10:17:04 CET 2004

When you compile and install something, it will go to /usr/local/bin.  
Add this early to your PATH, or use it directly.  Try 
"/usr/local/bin/python" instead of just typing "python".

Consolidating packages for Darwinports or Fink for offline installation 
is probably somewhat difficult.

On Nov 18, 2004, at 11:08 AM, Zsolt.Putnoky at alcatel.fr wrote:

> Thanks for your reply. There is no net at home at this moment, so I 
> will try to download the files from DarwinPort to see if it works. 
> Even if these are only warnings, when I start Python from the CLI, I 
> see only 2.3 by Apple and not 2.3.4.
> Have a good day,
> Zsolt
> cc:        pythonmac-sig at python.org
> Subject:        Re: [Pythonmac-SIG] Problems installing Python 2.3.4 
> over standard Apple Python installation
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> On Nov 18, 2004, at 9:38 AM, Zsolt.Putnoky at alcatel.fr wrote:
> I have a project based on Zope3 which requires to have Python 2.3.4 on 
> my Mac (OS X 10.3.6). The machine has the
> default Apple provided Python installed. I had tried several times but 
> never managed to get it work, and after reading all available 
> information
> on how to install Python on Mac, I am still not able to do it.
> I issued the ./configure command (even tried with ./configure 
> --with-suffix=.exe --with-dyld). At the middle I had received
> the following message (the one marked with ##)
> Just use the Python 2.3.4 from Darwinports or Fink for Zope3.  It'll 
> be easier.
> Everything you posted sounds like a warnings, not errors, though.. so 
> I'm not sure what your problem is (if you do even have a problem in 
> the first place).
> -bob
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