Ticket #17306 (closed defect: duplicate)
Python25 won't build universal i386 + x86_64 binaries on Leopard
|Reported by:||10.50@…||Owned by:||mww@…|
|Keywords:||Cc:||robin@…, ryandesign@…, alexoedelman@…|
The Python25 build script is outdated for Leopard. It references a wrong SDK (10.4 instead of 10.5) and does not seem to build x86_64 binaries, just 32bit archs. This is a bug in the config and config.in scripts.
Then, there are several other issues, most notably with SIZEOF_LONG being fixed to 4 in python.h whereas it is 8 for x86_64 archs.
Python26 builds fine, but then it is impossible to build any py-* or py25-* extensions because of hardcoded dependencies (wrong PortGroup at least).
Is it possible either to upgrade py25 packages to py26 or to correct the python25 package in order for it to build universal Intel files on Leopard?
- Owner changed from macports-tickets@… to mww@…
- Port set to python25