[PyKDE] deploying universal binaries
phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Thu Nov 16 13:49:32 GMT 2006
My memory was wrong. The message I was thinking of was at the end of
August on the pythonmac-sig list at python.org.
> I too want to make univeral binaries, but I had trouble finding the
> recent thread about building universal binaries.
> My plan is the following. Sip can be made into a univeral binary by
> editing the siplib/Makefile and adding -arch i386 -arch ppc to the
> CXXFLAGS AND LFLAGS. I also did this to the sipgen/Makefile, but I
> suspect it's not really necessary. Next backup the macx-g++ directory
> located in the mkspecs directory of your Qt4 installation, and add
> -arch i386 -arch ppc to the CFLAGS and LFLAGS of the qmake.conf in the
> macx-g++ directory. This should cause the PyQt4 configure script to
> generate the Makefiles with the correct flags.
> Hope this helps.
> On 11/14/06, Phil Thompson <phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk> wrote:
>> > I want to deploy my pyqt4 app on all ppc and i386 macs. I was just
>> > to
>> > use BuildApplet that comes with OS to put together the app bundle, but
>> > need all of the shared libraries to be universal binaries. I built qt
>> as a
>> > universal binary, but I don't see a flag for building the sip and pyqt
>> > modules as universal bins. What obstacles will I run into here? Is
>> > even
>> > possible using the MacPython-2.3 that comes with OS X 10.4 (seems like
>> > would be)?
>> The build system doesn't currently support the creation of universal
>> binaries. There was a recent message on the list from somebody who has
>> done it though.
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