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titus: You should just put the library in your source file list. That way you get depends functionality, and you're guaranteed that the library you're linking in is the one you're "depending" on. GCC's linker is dumb -- better to tell it precisely what file you want.
titus: Platypus is not what you want for packaging Python applications. You want to use py2app, or at worst case, the standard library bundlebuilder.
jluke: Maybe you should blame the application developers, and not the programming language. I've seen good applications written in Perl and bad applications written in Java.. that doesn't mean that Perl is a good language to write applications in, or that Java is a bad one. You've probably run into Python programs written by people who don't know the language very well or just aren't very experienced at developing software that works.
Stevey: Apple has solved the distcc availability problem by leveraging Rendezvous. It advertises as _distcc._tcp.
markonen: Apple won't bundle readline, it's GPL.

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