On Mar 7, 2010, at 3:18 PM, Chris Jerdonek wrote:

On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 6:43 PM, David Kilzer <ddkil...@webkit.org> wrote:
On Thu, March 4, 2010 at 5:35:08 PM, William Siegrist wrote:

Since I have a Tiger machine handy, I tested this and was able to build python 2.5.5 from MacPorts on a PowerPC. It takes a while, but it worked. I did not try
python 2.6.

I've installed python 2.6.4 using MacPorts on my PowerBook G4 running Tiger 10.4.11, and it's worked find with webkit-patch the one or two times I tried it.

That sounds great.  Thanks a lot, Dave and Bill.  So does it seem safe
to say, then, that folks on 2.3 can upgrade if it ever becomes
necessary to use one of the tools?

I'd prefer that we provide an easy means to do the install of Python 2.6 (ideally a single script you can run, and ideally without affecting the system copy), rather than making every Tiger developer figure it out on their own.


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