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I have no clue how interchangeable PIL and Pillow are, so no idea how easy it would be to make the code depending on PIL use Pillow. I think your easier bet is just installing PIL.

I assume you are getting a freetype related compilation error? This has been discussed before, you will likely be successful with the following sequence of commands:

ln -s /usr/local/include/freetype2 /usr/local/include/freetype
pip install -U PIL --allow-external PIL --allow-unverified PIL
rm /usr/local/include/freetype

I have no clue how interchangeable PIL and Pillow are, so no idea how easy it would be to make the code depending on PIL use Pillow. I think your easier bet is just installing PIL.

I assume you are getting a freetype related compilation error? This has been discussed before, you will likely be successful with the following sequence of commands:

ln -s /usr/local/include/freetype2 /usr/local/include/freetype
pip install -U PIL --allow-external PIL --allow-unverified PIL
rm /usr/local/include/freetype

EDIT: you might need sudo pip instead of pip

I have no clue how interchangeable PIL and Pillow are, so no idea how easy it would be to make the code depending on PIL use Pillow. I think your easier bet is just installing PIL.

I assume you are getting a freetype related compilation error? This has been discussed before, you will likely be successful with the following sequence of commands:

ln -s /usr/local/include/freetype2 /usr/local/include/freetype
pip install -U PIL --allow-external PIL --allow-unverified PIL
rm /usr/local/include/freetype

Update: According to William in the comments below this is a better way to work around the freetype issue:

CFLAGS="-I/usr/local/include/freetype2" pip install -U PIL --allow-external PIL --allow-unverified PIL

EDIT: you might need sudo pip instead of pip