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Re: Subversion and OS X 10.4

From: Blake Winton <bwinton_at_latte.ca>
Date: 2006-09-05 04:45:18 CEST

Blair Zajac wrote:
>> (After switching to Subversion 1.3.1, it was pretty much just a matter
>> of cleaning out my old, broken copies of stuff, and recompiling.)
> Did you compile against Mac OS X's Python or MacPorts. BTW, I believe
> that MacPorts is a framework build also, since you can run GUI apps with
> it.

Neither. ;) I compiled against Universal MacPython 2.4, from
http://pythonmac.org/packages/py24-fat/index.html (At least, I think
that's where I got it. I've installed and uninstalled a few different
Pythons, in an effort to get everything working. I know I had a
MacPorts version of Python installed at one point, but it didn't work
with something else I was trying to do. Either I couldn't import from
AppKit or WebKit, or perhaps it didn't work with py2app, but that
doesn't sound right since there's a py-py2app port... Honestly, I don't
remember what didn't work with it.)

I'm sure that one day I'll revisit my installations, and see how wrong I
went based on my limited knowledge, but until then, it works, and I'm
trying not to spend too much of my time tinkering with things that
already work on this computer (as opposed to my previous server, where I
would re-install and replace anything anytime a newer version came out.)

(Hmm... From:
> The DarwinPorts python doesn't play well with Aqua.
Perhaps that was it. Or there were other references to destroot and

Thanks again,

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