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November 2018

— Write PYTHONPATH if it doesn't exists yet


Different sources tell that pythonpath should lead to different folders (/bin, /site-packages, etc.) - which one is the correct one? bin?

— 🤷🏻‍♂️ I don't use MacOS but you can run whereis python and use that path

— Done it. now my .bash_profile includes this:

_PYTHONPATH="$ {PYTHONPATH} : /usr/bin/python"

But adding the USD toolkit is still a problem. I've tried adding the folder to the framework location (both inside and outside the bin folder), neither worked

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— You have to add the USD folder to the PYTHONPATH

— I understand. It must be that I can't locate the correct folder because there is just no such folder as "/usr/bin/python". I have located the source folder ("Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/..etc") and tried puting the USD folder into different locations ("root, /bin, /resources"), but none of it have worked really. I restart my terminal every time.

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— I found the folder(it was hidden), but now I just cannot paste anything there. I love iOS so much.

— Open it as root

— Is it possible to build a project in python and execute him as app?

— Yes you can use pyinstaller to make it an executable file

— Its for files..
what if i have dependencies as pics and so on..

— I wanna whole project