I was going to tell you how I got PyObjC and XCode working together on my third (office) machine. The symptoms are shown in the above screenshot. The red Failure thingies are saying that none of the names defined in Python/Python.h are recognized, like it couldn't find the header file. But the "missing required architecture ppc" warning suggested to me (since I have an i386 iMac), that I should play with the Project settings.
And I did something to those settings that fixed (this part of) it, but I'm not positive now because it's been a couple of days and I can't recreate the failure. The settings I have that work are:
So we'll just mark that down as a likely trouble spot to look at, for next time. The second issue was the same kind of failure that I saw on the other machine (here), though not the same Python, naturally:
where an inserted
print sys.versionstatement gave:
It's not this:
So where is 2.6.4 from Mar 3 2010, 09:38:49 ? After a long search,
So.. we've got a Python in /Library and that's what is being used..
How did it get there? I don't remember.. Why did XCode choose it? No idea. Since it was in /Library rather than /System, and I was having difficulty with
easy_install, I decided to try more radical surgery:
Don't try that at home!
The patient survived. And XCode switches to:
Old, but the XCode project runs. And I can't find that Python anywhere!