[Stackless] MacOS stackless installers needed
herve.coatanhay at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 14:46:15 CEST 2014
I am having trouble building an installer on Mac OS X 10.9, (I had to
change build-installer.py to change LDFLAGS).
@Robert Did you build the last installer on Mavericks with XCode 5.1?
Did you do anything special ? My command line is:
And I had to remove this from LDFLAGS:
I grabbed the source from
https://bitbucket.org/stackless-dev/stackless and trie to build from
I'm thinking it is too much changes already just to build an
installer, I must do something wrong.
On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 7:53 PM, Filip M. Nowak <stackless at oneiroi.net> wrote:
> Hi there,
> On 03.04.2014 15:28, Hervé Coatanhay wrote:
>> Hi FIlip,
>> Both MacOS installer and homebrew use the framework-approach. This
>> left prefix-approach for people that feels like hacking around IMHO.
> "hackishness" of prefix-approach is a matter of open discussion I would
> say. I must admit that I used to prefix-based way (and it is extensively
> used in many POSIX OSes packaging systems) but I agree that for Mac OS X
> framework thingy is more proper.
>> For Homebrew, it might be as simple as creating a "keg only" Stackless
>> Formula provided by a "Tap" on github.
>> Concerning MacOS Installer, as I understand it, we're facing the
>> following choice:
>> - provide a Stackless installer which override official CPython
>> installer (the choice made so far)
>> - change build-script.py to change the "framework name"
> I would go for the second option (with installer) - but again, it's just
> me. This would be less confusing, easier and probably safer for packager
> himself :) . At the end what's the goal? Basically - to provide usable
> and nice enough instance of Stackless for Mac OS x? If so this would do.
>> Does it sum it up well ?
>> On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 2:51 PM, Filip M. Nowak <stackless at oneiroi.net> wrote:
> All the best,
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