$ make
"/usr/bin/python" "/Users/spuhlema/Desktop/Zope-2.8.6-final/ setup.py" \
--build-base="/Users/spuhlema/Desktop/Zope-2.8.6-final/build-base/ python-2.3" --build-lib="/Users/spuhlema/Desktop/Zope-2.8.6-final/build-base/ python-2.3/build-lib" --build-scripts="/Users/spuhlema/Desktop/Zope-2.8.6-final/build- base/python-2.3/build-scripts" --build-temp="/Users/spuhlema/Desktop/Zope-2.8.6-final/build-base/ python-2.3/build-temp"

This line shows you are using the system Python at /usr/bin/python. Don't. It's no good at all for compiling anything. Run "configure" with the --with-python=/path/to/python flag to use a self-compiled Python.

I have never used the Fink Python. It is child's play to compile Python yourself (with the exception of Python 2.3.5 on OS X 10.4), so that's the way to go. Here's the instructions I work from:


These are not written for OS X/i386, but I'd be surprised if they didn't work on both platforms.


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