So we can get some more data points...
> On Dec 22, 6:36 pm, Greg Neagle <gregnea...@mac.com> wrote:
>> You are either not running on a Mac, or you are using a non-default-Apple-installed version of Python that doesn't have pyobjc bindings or you are running on an old OS (pre-10.4?) that doesn't have pyobjc bindings.
> I am running python 2 (2.6.6).
> MacBook running OS X 10.6.5
The version of Python that ships from Apple is 2.6.1, so Greg's guess that you are using a non-standard version of Python was the correct one. You need to use the standard one installed by Apple, anything else is not going to have the pyobjc extensions.