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Problems when installing NumPy on MacOS 10.9.4

I am using MacOS 10.9.4 with Xcode 5.1 (command line tools installed) Today I upgraded macports and installed py27-numpy. Everything looked ok in my terminal window. Then I tried to install PyCogent ...
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Python IDLE won't launch - (Using MAC 10.8.5 /Python and UNIX noobie)

Months ago, I installed Python 2.7 on my MacBook Pro (OS 10.8.5) and was using IDLE to run programs for classes I was taking on Udacity. One morning IDLE would no longer start, it would just bounce ...
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Macports refuses to install python 2.7.6.0

I'm trying to upgrade various programs I have installed with MacPorts. Unfortunately, python refuses to upgrade: ---> Computing dependencies for python27 ---> Configuring python27 Error: ...
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MacPorts pHash not showing up in Python

I am having a problem where python does not show pHash installed even though I installed it using macports. I made sure I am using the MacPorts version of Python by doing: sudo port select --set ...
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How to use BeautifulSoup after installing from MacPorts?

I installed BeautifulSoup @3.2.1_0 via port install py27-beautifulsoup. Now how do i use it? I tried the following from the python console: >>>> from py27-beautifulsoup import ...
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Subversion broken on OS X, recent Google/Stack answers Not Fixing It - Can't Even Reinstall

(I think this is the correct board to post on, also considered StackOverflow but this isn't really coding, and serverFault but seemed lower level OS items) After several hours trying to add ...
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running python via mac ports

I have installed python via mac ports, using: sudo port install python33 I then did: sudo port select --set python python33 and got: Selecting 'python33' for 'python' succeeded. 'python33' is ...
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Installing graph-tool with macports

I'm trying to install graph-tool for Python using MacPorts, but for some reason it is not installing. I checked the port log and found many errors like this: :info:build ...
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Can I properly change pip-2.7 command to pip?

Basically trouble is that I have pip-2.7 command in terminal but not pip. First thought was sudo port select --list pip will help, but it doesn't even has that group Romans-iMac:~ holms$ sudo port ...
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Fix Python sys.path after MacPorts install of Python

So I have reinstalled MacPorts Python. I have port select --set python python27 and which python returns the proper location, i.e., /opt/local/bin. Now, when I import modules in the python ...
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Error installing pygraphviz on OSX

I'm trying to get the graph-models to work (from django-command extensions) on Snow Leopard. It requires pygraphviz, which I installed via macports. After successful install I am getting this error: ...
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How to install macports -devel port not listed in the search?

I'd like to install this https://trac.macports.org/ticket/30450 devel port, called "py27-wxpython-devel". However, when I do: sudo port install py27-wxpython-devel I get: Error: Port ...
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virtualenv site-packages problem on OS X

I am using a MacPorts installation of Python2.7. I have used pip to install a number of packages in my home directory (pip install --user). The issue is that when I use virtualenv, none of those ...
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How to install openCV running from Python on OS X

(Step 1) I'm trying to get openCV to run from python on my mac using the MacPorts install, and also trying to follow The Petite Geek's guide: sudo port -v install opencv +python26 It runs for ...
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Getting PATH right for python after MacPorts install

I can't import some python libraries (PIL, psycopg2) that I just installed with MacPorts. I looked through these forums, and tried to adjust my PATH variable in ~/.bash_profile in order to fix this ...
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Why doesn't iPython see readline?

I am trying to compare/contrast various python tools and I would like ipython in the mix, but when I run ipython I get the readline warning even though readline is installed on my mac: WARNING: ...
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problems on installing py25-py2app-devel

I'm trying to install py25-py2app-devel on a Mac 10.5.8 Darwin 9.8.0 because it's required to py25-matplotlib. Using porticus I receive this error: Error: Target org.macports.destroot returned: ...
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Creating aliases for version specific macports ports

In Macports, I've just installed 'python27' along with various 'py27-*' ports. I've noticed that ports like 'py27-nose' and 'py27-pip' are available in my path as 'nose-2.7' and 'pip-2.7'. I can use ...
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Installing TKInter for Python 2.6.5

Well today's been a bit of shock. After running port -v selfupdate followed by an attempt to run sudo port install py26-ipython MacPorts went around installing a whole host of stuff, including ...
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`which python` points to the python I want, but `python` runs the wrong version

I want to use python24 provided by ports, so I've installed it, and python_select -s shows that the version I want is indeed selected. Running which python gives /opt/local/bin/python, and running ...
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Install Python Gtk using Mac Ports

I'm attempting to install the Gimp using Mac Ports on OSX 10.5. The Gimp won't build because it requires Python 2.5 gtk. I'm getting the following error when installing Python GTK: $ sudo port ...
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Using macports to install py25-pil is installing just a ton of unrelated stuff

It's been going for an age and things I have seen scroll past include such gems as libX11, ncurses and my personal favorite: perl5! Is this normal?