Is there a binary out there for the current mac os x, python for PyGTK? I work with multiple desktop environments (mac, windows, gnome) and really consider python's lack of cross platform GUI's a problem. Does anyone know where I can find a built version of PyGTK and GTK for Mac? I cant clone the git repository, it keeps timing out.
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Below is the steps that I've done..
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- download gtk-osx-build-setup.sh from:
https://raw.github.com/jralls/gtk-osx-build/master/gtk-osx-build-setup.shand save it to your home directory.
- fire up terminal and navigate to your home directory and run the command
- the shell script will warn you that
~/.local/binisn't added to your environment variable to do this, edit your
.profilefile located at your home directory and
/Users/<username>/.local/binto your environment variable.
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to know more on how to edit this file check out:
- after that, do a
find lacks the option -printf, now what?
it will download and install some necessary utilities.
- download and install the beta version of the gtk+ osx framework at:
- before installing the
meta-gtk-osx-python, you need to build and install some other packages that
jhbuilddoesn't install automatically, so what i did was i installed
libpngby doing the command:
~/.local/bin/jhbuild build libpng
- you also need to install
libtiffso do the command:
~/.local/bin/jhbuild build libtiff
- and also
gtk-docis needed so:
~/.local/bin/jhbuild build gtk-doc
- and finally you can now install
meta-gtk-osx-pythonby doing a:
~/.local/bin/jhbuild build meta-gtk-osx-python
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brew install pygtkworked for me (requires homebrew).. Confirmed to work with OS X 10.10 too, but by default it will install it into brew's Python distribution, so if you are still using the native python, it will not find it..
Haven't tested though..
With brew installed, you can install version pyenv and Python 2.7.8 with:.
After you've done that, you'll then have copy the gtk package and its dependencies into your python installation:.
brew install pyenv && pyenv install 2.7.8
cd /opt/gtk/lib/python2.7/site-packages/ && \ cp * ~/.pyenv/versions/2.7.8/lib/python2.7/site-packages/
You can also similarly install the Py3GTK3 package which has packages for python 2.7 and 3.2 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/macpkg/files/Py3GTK3/..