pyobjc / pyobjc-core / Install.txt

Installation Instructions

.. :authors: Ronald Oussoren


PyObjC is installed using distutils and uses the setuptools extension to
distutils. PyObjC's ```` script will download setuptools if it is
not yet installed.

To install PyObjC::

  $ python install

This will compile and install the ``pyobjc-core`` package in your Python's
``site-packages`` directory. When you have multiple versions of Python on 
your machine this will only install it for the version of python that's first
in your shell's search-path.

Installation using ``easy_install``

It is also possible to install PyObjC using ``easy_install``:

  $ easy_install pyobjc-core

This will install just ``pyobjc-core``. In general you want to use
the following command instead::

  $ easy_install pyobjc

This will install ``pyobjc-core`` as well as a large number of
framework wrappers.

Installation with the system version of Python

The system version of Python (``/usr/bin/python``) includes a copy of
PyObjC starting at MacOSX 10.5 ("Leopard"). Installing other versions
of PyObjC with "/usr/bin/python" on Leopard or later is not supported
and could break your system.
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