[Setup] Problem with Plone OS X installer on OS X 10.4.11
ziffel09 at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 13 00:44:20 UTC 2009
Turns out this machine had that download of Python 2.5.2 installed locally for testing some other apps. Python 2.3 is the default system install.
So I decided to try to install wxPython from wxpython.org in that local Python 2.5.2 install just to see if I might get lucky before reverting the machine back to the default system Python 2.3 (which indeed does have wx installed as you indicate).
Fortunately, I did get lucky and Plone installed just fine, running on it's own copy of Python 2.4 after that of course. I apologize for not checking this out more fully before posting. But I guess at least now we have another data point showing just how robust the Plone Mac installer is. I complement you on that good work.
Thanks very much.
From: Steve McMahon (via Nabble) <ml-user+33812-899966889 at n2.nabble.com>
To: zif <ziffel09 at yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2009 3:38:08 PM
Subject: Re: [Setup] Problem with Plone OS X installer on OS X 10.4.11
I'm away from my office, and don't have access to a 10.4 machine at the moment. But, the 10.4 machines I've tested with in the past all have wx in the library for the included Python.
might be a source for a build that should have wx.
On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 3:01 PM, zif <ziffel09 at ...> wrote:
>>The Python install should be the OS X 10.4.11 system install, as it came on
>>the machine with any OS X patches Apple may have made. When Python starts
>>up, it prints:
>>Python 2..5.2 (r252:60911, Feb 22 2008, 07:57:53)
>>[GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Computer, Inc. build 5363)] on darwin
>>Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>I have XCode installed on this test machine. But I kind of was hoping I
>>wouldn't have to use the Universal installer, maybe I'll try to figure out
>>if there is some way to get the wxwidgets tools installed on this system so
>>I can still use the OS X binary installer.
>>> The real error here is:
>>> Jul 12 12:05:48 plone-test : preflight: ImportError: No module named
>>> This means that the system Python didn't have wxwidgets available, which
>>> should be a part of the standard system Python on a 10.4.11 install. Is
>>> there any chance you've replaced the system Python? (There's also some
>>> chance that there's been a regression in the installer. I don't check
>>> release on a 10.4.x machine.)
>>> If the problem is a change in the system Python, the thing to do would be
>>> install the XCode tools and use the Unified Installer rather than the
>>> interactive binary installer.
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