[Bf-committers] OSX Py 3.2 library on /lib/darwin-8.x.i386 ?

Damien Plisson damien.plisson at yahoo.fr
Sat Mar 12 20:54:07 CET 2011

The main issue with building Python for OSX is that cross-compiling doesn't work well.
So this means it needs to be built directly on the target platform. Here 10.4 Intel, and 10.4 ppc for the darwin-8* libraries.

BTW, do we still want to maintain old 10.4 compatibility for Blender now that Lion 10.7 is announced ? (The 10.5 libs darwin-9... have the three arches built in: x86_64, i386 and ppc)
If yes, we'll need to find builders who still have such configurations...


Le 9 mars 2011 à 02:13, Dalai Felinto a écrit :

> small note: I was actually using the old libraries (darwin-8.x.i386)
> with OSX 6.4. It was working before py32, don't blame me ;)
> I svn checkout the new libraries (darwin-9...) and all works now.
> Anyways if there is anyone out there still using using the old
> libraries/OSX it would be nice to provide the py32 libs for it too.
> Thanks,
> Dalai
> 2011/3/8 Dalai Felinto <dfelinto at gmail.com>:
>> Hi,
>> it seems that the python libraries in the svn folder
>> /lib/darwin-8.x.i386 have not been updated yet.
>> Is any one working on that? Anything I could do to help on my end?
>> In the mean time I will work with a previous version of Blender, but
>> it would be nice to have it working as a "one click solution"  again
>> :) -- so no needs for people to build/download py32 themselves.
>> Thanks,
>> Dalai
>> PS.: is anyone working in the "Building Blender" wiki page? It's
>> (temporarly?) empty.
>> http://www.blender.org/development/building-blender/
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