Dear Andrew, David,I managed to get it running on Snow Leopard. There were some issues with pygame.
This was the way I got VisionEgg to run. 1. I use MacPorts to install python2.6 and the dependencies. http://www.macports.org2. Problems started when I tried to install py-game with MacPorts, it wanted to install a full python2.4 for that. So I stopped the installation of py-game with MacPorts
3. I downloaded pygame from the svn and installed it from source http://www.pygame.org/wiki/cvs4. In pygame/Setup.in I changed the SDL path to the one of MacPorts (/ opt/local/include/SDL)
# SDl SDL = -I/opt/local/include/SDL -D_REENTRANT -lSDLand I had to comment this line, because the camera resulted in a building error # _camera src/_camera.c src/camera_v4l2.c src/camera_v4l.c $(SDL) $ (DEBUG
5. In pygame/config_darwin.py I also had to add the MacPort path line 32: BASE_DIRS = '/', os.path.expanduser('~/'), '/opt/local/'line 113: incdirs = ['/opt/local/include', '/opt/local/include/ freetype2/freetype','/opt/local/include/SDL']
line 114: libdirs = ['/opt/local/lib']Maybe some of these path settings are redundant, but this way it compiled.
I think that was all the trouble I had. I hope it helps. Best, Jens On 24.09.2009, at 23:55, Andrew Straw wrote:
David Somers wrote:Hi all,we just bought some new macs and looking to install VisionEgg on thesemachines running Snow Leopard (10.6.1). Has anyone tried this yet? I'd greatly appreciate any tips/feedback on this.Dear David,I haven't tried yet, but I'd appreciate any reports, including specificproblems. -Andrew -- Andrew D. Straw, Ph.D. California Institute of Technology http://www.its.caltech.edu/~astraw/ ====================================== The Vision Egg mailing list Archives: http://www.freelists.org/archives/visionegg Website: http://www.visionegg.org/mailinglist.html
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