|| at Oct 13, 2003 at 11:56 am
"Leo" <leo.broska at NOSPAM.isys.com.au> writes:
hello mac python gurus
Do you know about the macpython-sig? That's often a better place for
osx comes with python. additionally i have macpython insatlled.
now i have pythen interpreters in /usr/bin and in /usr/local/bin? is that
Yep. I also have ~/bin/python and soemtimes /sw/bin/python too...
Note that /usr/local/bin/python is a symlink (or a shim, forget which)
(or something like that).
which interpreter i have to bidn with ppython launcher?
Um, not sure what you're asking here.
and what about tkinter? the examples do not work? are thre path settings
If you haven't got Tk installed, Tkinter doesn't have much of a
chance. Googling for "AquaTk" might help (I've never tried it).
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