How to fix bzr after installing latest Python (2.6.2) on OS X?

Asked by Zearin

This question is related to a bug I filed here:

Basically, the version of Python that comes bundled with OS X is a little different in terms of where it stores files from the latest version of Python (2.6.2) for the Mac.

I found the location for where Bazaar was keeping some of its *.egg-info files and libraries for the bundled (old) version of Python. I was wondering if it is safe to copy them to the location where the new Python stores these things. (I installed Bazaar 1.17 using the normal installer program for Mac OS X.)

Currently Bazaar complains that it can't find its libraries.

Details, filepaths, and terminal outputs are listed under the bug above.

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Zearin (zearin) said :

It'd be great if I could get this fixed…anyone?

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Best Wouter van Heyst (larstiq) said :

No, copying things over is not safe to do. As said in the bug, you will have to specifically install for the new version.

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Zearin (zearin) said :

Thanks Wouter van Heyst, that solved my question.