[Numpy-discussion] Packaging numpy with py2app v0.4.3
Mon Nov 30 15:29:22 CST 2009
Donovan Parks wrote:
I think this may have nothing at all to do with numpy. Have you tried a
simple script that doesn't use numpy?
> OS X Leopard
I use neither Leopard nor macports, so it may be an issue there, but
with the python.org python25 and numpy1.3, I have no problems.
> When I run 'python setup.py py2app' I get the following error after
> py2app starts stripping out debug information:
> /usr/bin/strip: for architecture i386 object:
> truncated or malformed object (LC_SEGMENT command 2 fileoff field plus
note that this is a libgcc error -- you wouldn't need libgcc if you used
the python.org build...
> ZipImportError: can't decompress data; zlib not available
> I tried --no-strip which does cause a clean 'build' from py2app,
I don't think this has anything to do with the stripping (or numpy).
py2app, by default, puts all the modules you need into a zipped archive,
so any import you do is going to be a problem if zlib is not available.
I suspect this may be a macports/py2app incompatibility -- with the
python.org python, it probably uses a system zlib, so it hasn't bundled
up zlib from macports for you.
I'd try asking on the pythonmac list.
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