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You might want to take a look at Platypus. It is a developer tool for OS X that lets you wrap your Python/Perl/shell/etc script with an application framework that makes your Python script appear and run like it was a native OS X application. Though I believe you can do the same thing with Automator, there are a few extra nice things about Platypus from what ...


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You can do that with Automator. Open Automator up Create a new "Application" document Add a "shell script" action to your workflow Your shell script should look like this: Save it wherever! You can put it in ~/Applications for example.


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Okay. Answer to number 1 is yes. The fink developers recommend NOT removing the OSX versions of Python, simply because they are not terribly large files and may be necessary for certain OSX functions and programs. And I want to have an additional version of at least python2.7 installed by fink, because it's a port tree that's designed to create a ...


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wrt the issues above: Yes you can. Very effectively. Just be aware that your Django sites won't integrate into Server App's GUI unless you restrict yourself to python 2.7; Apache mod_wsgi; no virtualenvs. Not if you wish to proxy to a wsgi server like Gunicorn, because when you save the Website's panel, OS X Server will sanitise some of your essential ...


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It seems that the answer is No as OS X Server (3.2.1 as of today) comes with Apache 2.2 and from the Apache mod_proxy documents it seems that UDS support wasn't implemented in that release. I was reading a later version's documents. Not wanting to recompile Apache on our production server, I will have to content myself with TCP ports - no real problem.


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I gave the complete path to python3 to get this to work: { "cmd" : ["/usr/local/bin/python3", "-u", "$file"], }


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Most people use QWERTY, just because it is the most popular, but if you’re learning a new layout anyway you might want to try Dvorak. If you don’t want to learn another alphabetic layout, you can use a tool like Ukelele to make a better programming layout for the special characters while still keeping AZERTY for the rest of the keys.


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That is an old bug, see this bug report. They basically recommend installing and using a newer version of python. Depending on whats using python you might want to get a newer version 2 release and not go all the way to the newest version 3 release.



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