[Pythonmac-SIG] Best site to get Numeric and wxPython for new Tiger 10.4 install?

Christopher Barker Chris.Barker at noaa.gov
Thu Jan 12 18:38:55 CET 2006

Bill Janssen wrote:
>>Apparently most Tiger users are running Python 2.4
> I strongly doubt that.  Python 2.3.5 is what comes with the stock
> distribution;

I was not very precise. How's this:

Apparently most Tiger users that are building and distributing packages 
are running Python 2.4

 > it should be supported.

coulda, woulda, shoulda. Bob accepts contributions to the pythonmac 
site. In fact, he's even said he'll give admin privileges to folks that 
want to help maintain it.

That brings up an issue: In many cases, it is very easy to build a mpkg 
of a python package once you have it all compiled. If all of us that got 
packages working on our machines contributed them, the pythonmac site 
would get much more comprehensive.

As for me, I'm still running 10.3, and I try to contribute packages for 
Python2.3 and python2.4


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