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Can PyObjC be used on shared Mac OS X hosting?

 
 
weston
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      06-22-2006
Does anyone have experience with (or failing that, theoretical
knowledge about) installing using the PyObjC bridge on a Mac OS X
machine in a context where one doesn't have root/admin access (and
therefore can't install things in conventional locations)? Can such a
thing be done?

 
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Diez B. Roggisch
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      06-22-2006
weston schrieb:
> Does anyone have experience with (or failing that, theoretical
> knowledge about) installing using the PyObjC bridge on a Mac OS X
> machine in a context where one doesn't have root/admin access (and
> therefore can't install things in conventional locations)? Can such a
> thing be done?


Yes, it can be done. You can install a python frameworkbuild in
~/Library/Frameworks, and then install pyobjc using that python
installation.

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