Bob Ippolito avatar Bob Ippolito committed b27bd63

Remove some references to bundlebuilder and buildapp scripts

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Examples/ClassBrowser/ClassBrowser.py

 
 To build the demo program, run this line in Terminal.app:
 
-    $ python buildapp.py --link build
+    $ python setup.py py2app -A
 
-This creates a directory "build" containing ClassBrowser.app. (The
---link option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
+This creates a directory "dist" containing ClassBrowser.app. (The
+-A option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
 of copied. This means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the
 sources or nibs.)
 

Examples/DotView/DotView.py

 
 To build the demo program, run this line in Terminal.app:
 
-    $ python buildapp.py --link build
+    $ python setup.py py2app -A
 
-This creates a directory "build" containing DotView.app. (The --link option
-causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead of copied. This
-means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the sources or nibs.)
+This creates a directory "dist" containing DotView.app. (The
+-A option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
+of copied. This means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the
+sources or nibs.)
 """
 
 # Created by Etienne Posthumus on Thu Dec 26 2002, after Apple's

Examples/OpenGLDemo/OpenGLDemo.py

 
 To build the demo program, run this line in Terminal.app:
 
-    $ python buildapp.py --link build
+    $ python setup.py py2app -A
 
-This creates a directory "build" containing OpenGLDemo.app. (The
---link option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
+This creates a directory "dist" containing OpenGLDemo.app. (The
+-A option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
 of copied. This means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the
 sources or nibs.)
 

Examples/PythonBrowser/PythonBrowser.py

 
 To build the demo program, run this line in Terminal.app:
 
-    $ python buildapp.py --link build
+    $ python setup.py py2app -A
 
-This creates a directory "build" containing PythonBrowser.app. (The
---link option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
+This creates a directory "dist" containing PythonBrowser.app. (The
+-A option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
 of copied. This means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the
 sources or nibs.)
 """

Examples/TableModel/TableModel.py

 
 To build the demo program, run this line in Terminal.app:
 
-    $ python buildapp.py --link build
+    $ python setup.py py2app -A
 
-This creates a directory "build" containing TableModel.app. (The --link option
-causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead of copied. This
-means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the sources or nibs.)
+This creates a directory "dist" containing TableModel.app. (The
+-A option causes the files to be symlinked to the .app bundle instead
+of copied. This means you don't have to rebuild the app if you edit the
+sources or nibs.)
 """
 
 # Or rather, this app shows how to create an object conforming to the
 )
 
 # The following line is needed to allow separate flat modules
-# to be installed from a different folder (needed for the
-# bundlebuilder test below).
+# to be installed from a different folder
 package_dir = dict([(pkg, 'Lib/' + pkg) for pkg in packages])
 
 for aPackage in package_dir.keys():
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