Out of curiosity, I wonder why some people want to avoid Fink.
On 20 May 2008, at 23:53, Wayne Boucher wrote:
> Ah, I'm glad that worked. I had thought you wanted an Aqua version
> I'd like to provide but haven't figured out how to yet). For non-Aqua
> compiling things as you say should indeed work. In fact I think (if I
> remember correctly) I did this for someone in Cambridge last week
> who also
> didn't want to use Fink. The one thing that needed doing that was
> was to edit the Modules/Setup file to make sure that Tkinter is
> being (a)
> compiled and (b) picking up the correct Tcl/Tk.
> (In my spare moments I'm slowly figuring out how to package this all
> up on
> the Mac so it will hopefully just be a few click procedure in future.)
> Regards, Wayne
> On Tue, 20 May 2008, Ben Eisenbraun wrote:
>> Hi Wayne,
>> (Backstory: I'm trying to build a standalone version of CCPNMR for
>> OS X without using Fink.)
>> On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 10:29:11AM +0100, Wayne Boucher wrote:
>>> PS: It's possible this is down to not choosing the correct Mac
>>> compile-time options, but there could also be something deeper
>>> I'm not sure.
>> Yes, that was it.
>> If you want to build a standalone version for CCPNMR on OS X, you
>> to build non-framework versions of Tcl/Tk, and then a version of
>> Python that links against those Tcl/Tk libraries and _not_ against
>> Aquafied Tcl/Tk libs in /usr/lib. The only painful bit is that you
>> to patch Python's setup.py in order to do that.
>> With those built, you can hack up installCode.py to point to the
>> locations for your non-system Tcl/Tk and python, and it builds and
>> Thanks for your guidance.
>> Ben Eisenbraun
>> Structural Biology Grid Harvard Medical
>> http://sbgrid.org http://hms.harvard.edu