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Re: lilypond-book is not flavor independent

From: Cláudia Soares
Subject: Re: lilypond-book is not flavor independent
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2009 14:51:44 +0000

On 2009/03/28, at 14:44, Hans Aberg wrote:

On 28 Mar 2009, at 15:14, Graham Percival wrote:

I found page for Mac OS X, though somewhat dated (2005), which actually
 #!/usr/bin/env python
http://developer.apple.com/internet/opensource/ opensourcescripting.html

Also, MacPorts has Python, on my system (Mac OS X 10.5.6 PPC G4):
 $ which python

 $ /opt/local/bin/python --version
 Python 2.5.4

So users on Mac OS X 10.4 might install MacPorts and its Python, though I
do not know which version it has on Tiger.

That won't help, because /usr/bin/python is still 2.3.5.  Hence
the whole discussion about using /usr/bin/env, which we can't do
without a patch to GUB.

One must use '#!/usr/bin/env python', of course, as the Apple developer page suggests.

If GUB (same as GRUB, right?) stamps '/usr/bin/python' for you, then it might be tough to get around that. Hmm.


Hi Hans, GUB stands for Grand Unified Builder and it is a project that was born with lilypond. Please check
the web page Graham mentioned http://lilypond.org/gub/

This lilypond builder has some kind of "all in one egg" approach and it provides a way to cross-compile lilypond for several architectures.



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