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Re: gub targets + binary packages

From: Jonas Hahnfeld
Subject: Re: gub targets + binary packages
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2019 18:39:25 +0200
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Am Montag, den 21.10.2019, 11:02 -0500 schrieb Karlin High:
> On 10/18/2019 4:00 AM, Jonas Hahnfeld via lilypond-devel wrote:
> > I managed to get Python 3.7.4 integrated into gub.
> > Would be great if somebody could checkthat the binaries actually work on 
> > macOS 10.14.
> I cloned <> and checked out the python3 
> branch. GUB built the macOS binaries, and I can confirm that they work on 
> macOS 10.14.6.

Just to double-check: You built on Linux, copied the binaries to macOS and were 
able to execute them? Because as far as I understand, releases are not built 
natively right now...

> Now, what's a good test to confirm that it's got a good Python 3.7.4? Once I 
> have that verified, I'll post the steps of what I did.

Not sure what you mean by "good", ie if python -V doesn't crash and prints 
3.7.4 I would be happy for now. A small functional test might be
 $ <...>/python3 -c "import time; print(time.time_ns())"
which is a new function added in Python 3.7 (I guess this won't be used in 
LilyPond, but that would be a way of making sure that it's indeed running the 
python libraries from GUB and not loading some other modules, like from the OS).

I had changes laying around to build a version of LilyPond ported to Python 3, 
let me see if I can clean them up and get them into another branch for people 
to test...


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