[Pythonmac-SIG] How to make 2 scripts in one application
delza at livingcode.org
Mon Mar 5 18:02:48 CET 2007
On 5-Mar-07, at 4:45 AM, Chris Van Bael wrote:
> Hi all,
> doesn't anybody have an idea on how to solve this issue?
Sorry, didn't see your original post.
You can address the python instance in the application bundle (which
will use the modules in the application bundle), but I think you'll
need to know the path the the application. If the application will
always be in /Applications/ then you're good to go, otherwise you'll
need to have another way to find the Application location (there are
several, how you do this depends on several things I don't know about
your deployment environment).
For instance, I have an application named "Drawing Board" in my /
Applications directory, that was build using py2app. I can invoke
the python embedded in it with the path:
So if my script starts with
then it will run using that version of Python by default and have
access to any libraries I've included with my application.
Does that answer your question?
> On 2/27/07, Chris Van Bael <chris.van.bael at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Maybe a totally noob question, but I'll ask it anyway since I
>> find an answer on the series of tubes...
>> I'm working on a pygame program that runs on Linux, Windows and Mac.
>> It uses an database which it accesses through SQLAlchemy.
>> So on Linux in setup.py we have a section to install the program and
>> create that database.
>> Now on Windows with py2exe I have a setup.py which has a console
>> and a
>> windows script.
>> The windows script runs the program and the console script sets up
>> the database.
>> Since I use no library.zip file, this can also access the
>> SQLAlchemy modules.
>> Now I want to do something similar to that for OSX.
>> I cannot run the script with the python installed on OSX because it
>> needs SQLAlchemy.
>> But the modules I need are somewhere in the application bundle, can I
>> use them somehow?
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