Reference client for Bitmessage: a P2P encrypted decentralised communication protocol:
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"""
py2app/py2exe build script for Bitmessage
Usage (Mac OS X):
python setup.py py2app
Usage (Windows):
python setup.py py2exe
"""
import sys, os, shutil, re
from setuptools import setup # @UnresolvedImport
name = "Bitmessage"
mainscript = 'bitmessagemain.py'
version = "0.3.3"
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
extra_options = dict(
setup_requires=['py2app'],
app=[mainscript],
options=dict(py2app=dict(argv_emulation=True,
includes = ['PyQt4.QtCore','PyQt4.QtGui', 'sip'],
packages = ['bitmessageqt'],
frameworks = ['/usr/local/opt/openssl/lib/libcrypto.dylib'],
iconfile='images/bitmessage.icns',
resources=["images"])),
)
elif sys.platform == 'win32':
extra_options = dict(
setup_requires=['py2exe'],
app=[mainscript],
)
else:
extra_options = dict(
# Normally unix-like platforms will use "setup.py install"
# and install the main script as such
scripts=[mainscript],
)
setup(
name = name,
version = version,
**extra_options
)
from distutils import dir_util
import glob
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
resource = "dist/" + name + ".app/Contents/Resources/"
framework = "dist/" + name + ".app/Contents/Frameworks/"
# The pyElliptive module only works with hardcoded libcrypto paths so rename it so it can actually find it.
libs = glob.glob(framework + "libcrypto*.dylib")
for lib in libs:
os.rename(lib, framework + "libcrypto.dylib")
break
# Try to locate qt_menu
# Let's try the port version first!
if os.path.isfile("/opt/local/lib/Resources/qt_menu.nib"):
qt_menu_location = "/opt/local/lib/Resources/qt_menu.nib"
else:
# No dice? Then let's try the brew version
qt_menu_location = os.popen("find /usr/local/Cellar -name qt_menu.nib | tail -n 1").read()
qt_menu_location = re.sub('\n','', qt_menu_location)
if(len(qt_menu_location) == 0):
print "Sorry couldn't find your qt_menu.nib this probably won't work"
else:
print "Found your qib: " + qt_menu_location
# Need to include a copy of qt_menu.nib
shutil.copytree(qt_menu_location, resource + "qt_menu.nib")
# Need to touch qt.conf to avoid loading 2 sets of Qt libraries
fname = resource + "qt.conf"
with file(fname, 'a'):
os.utime(fname, None)