Re: Building against custom Python installs
- On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 5:13 PM, <carljv@...> wrote:
>The wiki is open for anybody (with a GitHub account, I suppose) to
> If you google around, you'll see lots of advice to do what you suggest, but also lots saying that doesn't work. E.g., here:
> Which seems to not have been responded to, but is also on SO here:
> And it's also spurred an issue just the other week on the Homebrew github here:
> With some solutions talking about fudging symlinks to /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/Current (which I tried but still doesn't work for me--why I do that I get no Python available at all.)
> All in all, advice on this issue is all over the place, and I can't get any of it working for me. I thought it might be good to have some official instructions. They might not be foolproof, but folks could post their issues there, instead of bits of hacks and out-of-date advice and half-remembered folk-wisdom spread out all over the web.
edit so feel free to start a new page collecting information (but
please try to keep it uniform with the other pages).
I know you wanted "official" instructions, but I have no experience
with using anything but the Python version that ships with OS X, so I
can't really be of much help.
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