[pygtk] PyGTK .app bundle for MacOS X?

David M. Cook dave at davidcook.org
Thu Oct 19 13:23:43 WST 2006


On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 09:29:27PM -0700, David M. Cook wrote:

>  Both of them also have a tendency to
> overdo dependencies IMO.

I should take that back about dependencies.  Darwinports does a pretty
straightforward job with this:

david-cooks-computer:~ davidcook$ sudo port install py-gtk2
--->  Installing pkgconfig 0.21_0
--->  Installing glib2 2.12.4_0
--->  Installing atk 1.12.2_0
--->  Installing zlib 1.2.3_0
--->  Installing libpng 1.2.10_2+darwin_8
--->  Installing freetype 2.1.10_1
--->  Installing fontconfig 2.3.2_2+macosx
--->  Installing render 0.9_0
--->  Installing xrender 0.9.0_0+darwin_8
--->  Installing Xft2 2.1.7_0
--->  Installing cairo 1.2.4_1
--->  Installing pango 1.14.3_0
--->  Installing jpeg 6b_1
--->  Installing tiff 3.8.2_0+darwin_8
--->  Installing gtk2 2.10.3_0
--->  Installing libxml2 2.6.23_0
--->  Installing libglade2 2.6.0_1
--->  Installing python24 2.4.3_1+darwin_8
--->  Installing py-numeric 24.2_0+darwin_8+macosx
--->  Installing py-cairo 1.2.2_0
--->  Installing py-gobject 2.12.1_0
--->  Installing py-gtk2 2.10.1_0

Apart from the iffy inclusion of numeric, there don't seem to be any
unneeded dependencies (your session might look a little different as I've
already installed stuff like tetex, which brings in a lot of dependencies).


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