I've tried googling & looking up some other people's questions. However, I still couldn't find a clear/simple recipe to install PIL (for python 2.6 or 2.7) on mac os x 10.7.2 Lion.
preguntado el 30 de enero de 12 a las 20:01
Si utiliza homebrew, you can install the PIL with just
brew install pil. You may then need to add the install directory (
$(brew --prefix)/lib/python2.7/site-packages) to your PYTHONPATH, or add the location of PIL directory itself in a file called
PIL.pth file in any of your site-packages directories, with the contents:
brew --prefix is
Alternatively, you can just download/build/install it from source:
# download curl -O -L http://effbot.org/media/downloads/Imaging-1.1.7.tar.gz # extract tar -xzf Imaging-1.1.7.tar.gz cd Imaging-1.1.7 # build and install python setup.py build sudo python setup.py install # or install it for just you without requiring admin permissions: # python setup.py install --user
I ran the above just now (on OSX 10.7.2, with XCode 4.2.1 and System Python 2.7.1) and it built just fine, though there is a possibility that something in my environment is non-default.
This is something I wrote for the folks at work. It's a full workup for getting a clean OSX Lion working virtualenv using django + git + some other stuff:
The most important lines for you are:
Install libjpeg (PIL req)
curl -O http://www.ijg.org/files/jpegsrc.v8c.tar.gz tar -xvzf jpegsrc.v8c.tar.gz cd jpeg-8c ./configure make sudo make install cd ../
Install freetype (more PIL requirements)
curl -O http://ftp.igh.cnrs.fr/pub/nongnu/freetype/freetype-2.4.5.tar.gz tar -xvzf freetype-2.4.5.tar.gz cd freetype-2.4.5 ./configure make sudo make install cd ../
Install PIL (usually in the requirements.txt so I don't have it in the above linked instruction)
pip install PIL
or some folks have to (not sure what the configuration difference that causes this is):
sudo pip install PIL
ALSO note that with LION command line tools aren't installed by default, you have to manually enable them, open XCode got to preferences then downloads and select command line tools to be installed before you can compile anything (noted at the top of my GIST)
Una forma es a través de Macports
Install the base macports as per the guía de instalación
Then install the py27-pil port by
port install py27-pil
You will then need to use the python installed by macports by using
port select --set python python27
I find it easier to use a package manager like macports (or fink or homebrew) when you require C libraries to be installed as well as python code.
u may try this in terminal:
- sudo easy_install pip
- sudo pip install pil
http://rudix.org provides hassle free installation for lots of precompiled unix packages including pil and pillow. After I tried every single answer on StackOverflow, the only thing that ended up working was this (I wish I had found them before I tried everything else). http://rudix.org/packages/pil.html y la http://rudix.org/packages/pillow.html
On Mac OS X, if you prefer to install PIL using pip inside a virtualenv, then you might have to make PIL use Mac's builtin freetypes by running:
$ ln -s /usr/X11/include/freetype2 /usr/local/include/ $ ln -s /usr/X11/include/ft2build.h /usr/local/include/ $ ln -s /usr/X11/lib/libfreetype.6.dylib /usr/local/lib/ $ ln -s /usr/X11/lib/libfreetype.6.dylib /usr/local/lib/libfreetype.dylib $ pip install PIL
I was trying to execute a Python script with administrative privileges in a Mac (running on Lion) and looking at this post I found out that all I needed to do was launch Python with Administrative privileges by using the "sudo" command in the Terminal.
Like that: "sudo Python" and then executing the script.
I know it is pretty basic but it was exactly what I needed to get my script working...