I am trying to use the console library, Appkit and pyobjC on os x leopard; there is some hours of difficulty to do this though ... maybe many-many hours so I ask the question? Does anyone know if there is a big insurrmountable issue here between leopard->pyobjc 1.4 OR pyobjc 2 and Nodebox?
Thanks for the really great Nodebox work!
I installed Nodebox to use with console. So, after installing Nodebox from svn, I installed PyObjC-2.
The simple rectangle drawing program works and saves the .png file. I can't get the QTKit part to work to make the movie.
The other thing I should note is that I am using Python 2.5 from Macports.
I'm using Python 2.6 and PyObjC-2 both installed from macports, the rest of the stuff installed from the Nodebox SVN trunk, when trying the movie example I get this error relating to QTKit:
>>> from nodebox.util.QTSupport import Movie
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 1, in
File "/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/site-packages/nodebox/util/QTSupport.py", line 5, in
from QTKit import QTMovie, QTDataReference, QTMovieFileNameAttribute, QTMakeTimeRange, QTMakeTime, QTMovieEditableAttribute, QTAddImageCodecType, QTMovieFlatten
ImportError: No module named QTKit