[PyQt] Static Qt/PyQt on Mac OS X

nenduvel eenpint at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 3 21:41:58 BST 2009


I'm not sure if I understand your question. But I'm using a mac with osx and
pyqt is installed with me. I used darwinports and this installed pyqt with
all needed dependencies. you can compare darwinports with the port system on
bsd-variants and the package system at linux.

hope it helps,


Bugzilla from jeremy at jeremysanders.net wrote:
> Are statically linked PyQt and Qt libraries supported on Mac OS X? If so,
> is 
> there a guide to building them?
> I'm finding it a bit of a pain to get my application packaged with py2app
> as 
> it leaves out the plugins and I have to copy them in by hand and mess
> around 
> with linking paths.
> It would be nice if someone with some Mac OS X experience could have a
> look 
> at putting a working PyQt recipe into py2app to solve these problems.
> Thanks
> Jeremy
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