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Date 2010-03-15.09:58:16
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Yes, sorry for the confusion. I'm trying to build a universal 32 bit version of Python that will be embedded in our software. we need it to run on 10.4 to 10.6 Mac systems, and would like to build it on a 10.6 machine. I've been trying with several versions of Python to try to achieve that ; version 3.1.1, version 3.1.2rc1 and py3k. None of these version would build a 10.4 compatible universal 32 bit on our 10.6 build machine. This is why I raised an issue.



On 12 Mar 2010, at 21:21, Ned Deily wrote:

Ned Deily <<>> added the comment:

Note: "Python.framework/Versions/3.2/Python".
You appear to be building from py3k (which will become 3.2), and not Python 3.1.2rc2.  There are pending fixes for py3k for OS X framework targeted builds and there is at least one as yet unmerged fix for 3.1.2.  At the moment, building any branch of Python on 10.6 and targeting earlier systems does not work correctly; extension module building should be OK as long as the 10.4u SDK is available and gcc 4.0 is used.  Until that is fixed, if you really need to target 10.3, you should build Python on 10.5 or 10.4, otherwise, build just for 10.6 on 10.6 (to do so you may need to set MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=10.6).

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