[Chandler-dev] wxPython branch
enzo69mc at gmail.com
Fri Apr 14 05:33:31 PDT 2006
Thank you for the hint on py2app. This would work for some of the things I
do, but it does not handle cross-system builds: mac, linux, windows. There
is also py2exe which would handle the windows side. One of my problems is
that on the linux side, I do not have admin rights on the boxes. So, all of
my stuff needs to be built in a personal sandbox and set PYHTONPATH to point
to it. I just want some "unified" build process for wxPython applications:
check out soucre (on target system), config, build (drinnk coffe, read
blogs, etc..), deploy.
On 4/13/06, Robin Dunn <robin at alldunn.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is the same thing you are thinking about, but have
> you tried the py2app tool? It can make an app bundle containing
> everything that a Python based app will need, including wxPython and
> etc. if needed.
> Philippe Bossut wrote:
> > Hi Enzo,
> > We're not using XCode to build Chandler so I'm not sure we'd be able to
> > help you very effectively with your project. Best would be to ask the
> > help of the wxPython community directly. Turns out that Robin (Mr.
> > wxPython himself) is also part of the Chandler community so I hope he'll
> > hear your call... :)
> > Cheers,
> > - Philippe
> > Marc Colosimo wrote:
> >> I've been a lurker on this list for some time and have occasionally
> >> used Chandler. I use Python almost exclusively at work, but not for
> >> GUI stuff. I am really impressed with Chandler's distribution and use
> >> of wxPython.
> >> I think it would be great to roll out a branch for people to use to
> >> build wxPython GUI applications. I use OS X mostly, sometimes Linux
> >> (and Windows when forced). If I wanted to make something using
> >> wxPython and have other people use it, it is a pain. I quickly looked
> >> over how the OS X app bundle was made and it seems very interesting
> >> but possible over kill.
> >> What I would like to see (even help with) is a build system for
> >> wxPython apps (plus and minus python). The OS X app has python 2.4
> >> built-in and linked to the build Framework path (otool -L python). A
> >> better solution is discussed here: <
> >> <
> >> This uses xCode and I haven't found a pure gcc solution (what flag to
> >> set), nor can I find how you guys built this.
> >> Basic parts: wxWidget, wxPython, application, util, ...
> >> Enzo
> >> (I accidentally sent this to the old dev list)
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