pdp on osx (was Re: [PD] pdp.pd_darwin error: undefined reference to _gluOrt
hans at eds.org
Tue Apr 15 16:38:52 CEST 2003
I got PDP to load on MacOS X. the _gluOrtho2D problem was solved by
installing Apple's X11. As for getting libquicktime installed, can you
give us more info? A transcript of the fink install sesssion, for
On Monday, Apr 14, 2003, at 20:39 America/New_York, Josh Kinberg wrote:
> When this package was announced, it said that PDP on OSX required an
> additional install of libquicktime using Fink. I've been trying to get
> libquicktime for a while now and am still unable to. I've followed all
> the instructions for downloading and installing "unstable"
> packages--Fink can definitely find it, but it still won't install.
> Guess it really is unstable? Any advice? Is libquicktime still
> necessary for PDP on OSX, or can I just go ahead and add the PDP
> Darwin file to my externals and not worry about libquicktime.
>> From: Tom Schouten <doelie at zzz.kotnet.org>
>> To: Ivan Franco <ivan.franco at ydreams.com>, PD <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
>> Subject: pdp on osx (was Re: [PD] pdp.pd_darwin error: undefined
>> reference to _gluOrtho2D)
>> Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2003 01:36:02 +0200
>> On Tuesday 15 April 2003 01:00, Ivan Franco wrote:
>> > Hi list.
>> > I might be missing something here, but is there a pdp osx binary
>> > available?
>> > I'd like to give it a try too...
>> it is almost the same as the 0.11.1 release (latest)
>> you still need the source package for abstractions and documentation.
>> note that it's still a bit experimental. i didn't do much testing
>> yet. once
>> all the library issues are solved, there will be a decent binary
>> (maybe with all the libraries included).
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