Wrong python binary refereced in app script on MacOS 10.5 - presume other releases also impacted
The current KK7DS python package apparently no longer installs a link to "python25" in it's bin folder. There is a link for "python2.5" pointing to "python2.6", however. I'd recommend changing line 66 in chirp-0.1.12.app/Contents/MacOS/chirp-0.1.2 to reference "python2.6" vs "python25". Both the app and the KK7DS package were downloaded on 23 September. Note: Ref Bug # 13 - I also experienced an attempted download of the source tarball. Since my proxy configuration is odd, I simply unbundled the tarball into it's final location. That's not a solution for everybody, however.
Updated by Dan Smith over 11 years ago
Thanks, I don't get to track the MacOS stuff very closely and some modifications were made by another developer hoping to make it use an existing MacPorts installation, if present.
Can you test the attached version? If it's good, I'll replace the release.
Updated by Lawrence Bradford over 11 years ago
The app works fine. I missed line 41 when I scanned for python25. It looks like the true bug was the missing "." - python25 vs python2.5 in line 66. IMHO the update to python2.6 is better as python version 2.5 will probably end up depreciated. Thanks for the software! It's a godsend for the new Chinese HTs.(My Wife might be willing to do some light testing in the future - she wanted to program her HT on her Mac. I'm a BSD bigot myself.) Thanks again - larry