[PD] GCC for MacOSX/Flashserver

B. Bogart ben at ekran.org
Wed Aug 13 16:06:02 CEST 2003

Gcc does come with the developer tools under OSX.

I'm not sure if you can get just GCC by itself, probably best to install the
dev tools on all the machines (make all the students happy ;)

good luck!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Willem Paling" <willem at sydneyfriction.com>
To: <pd-list at iem.at>
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 7:38 AM
Subject: [PD] GCC for MacOSX/Flashserver

> OK,
> So I'm trying to get my university (University of Technology Sydney) to
> me install PD and the Flashserver internal in the computing lab so I can
> use it for a project I'm doing this semester.
> They've kindly given the OK and we installed PD today.
> So Olaf says here
> that the sources only compile with PD 0.37, we have PD 0.36 installed.
> So I downloaded the file flashserver-0.2g.zip and found there was no
> for OSX, so I couldn't install it.
> So the first thing I want to know is, given that v0.2h will not COMPILE
> with PD 0.36, is there anything wrong with a binary version?  If so, can
> anyone either point me to somewhere that I can acquire GCC for macosx so
> that I can compile v0.2g myself (I've had a real hard time finding it,
> everywhere seems to imply that you need developer tools installed
> regardless).  Or better still, if there if anyone can send me a binary for
> macosx of v0.2g, that'd be swell.
> I did briefly test the v0.2h binary with PD 0.36 on OSX, and found that it
> worked ok.  But I wanted to be sure, as I'd rather get it all setup
> properly to start with rather than having to annoy the lab admin by making
> him come and fix it up for me all the time.
> Thanks
> Willem
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