Does PyObjC (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyobjc/) run on Linux? It says it does, but when I try to run
setup.py , I get the following error:
alex@alex-laptop:~/Desktop/pyobjc-1.3.7$ python setup.py ** using pyobjc source-deps py2app for building You're not running on MacOS X, and don't use GNUstep I don't know how to build PyObjC on such a platform. Please read the ReadMe. ObjC runtime not found alex@alex-laptop:~/Desktop/pyobjc-1.3.7$
I mean, I realize it's supposed to run on OS X mainly, but it blatantly says that it runs on BSD, POSIX, Mac OS X, and Linux/UNIX operating systems.
Is it possible to get this to compile? I downloaded the file
pyobjc-1.3.7.tar.gz , not the Mac OS X package.
If this doesn't work on Linux, what is there (freely available) that does the same thing -- bridges Python applications to Mac OS Objective-C?
This is for iPhone development. And I don't know Objective-C, so the new SDK doesn't help me (seeing as I am also not running Mac OS X to use it on).
EDIT: In case you don't want to download the package, setup.py looks like this:
(Nevermind, a 729 line script doesn't make the page look good)