[PD] PD and MacIntel
hans at eds.org
Sat Oct 21 21:09:18 CEST 2006
On Oct 21, 2006, at 2:36 PM, Steffen wrote:
> On 21/10/2006, at 16.00, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> On Oct 21, 2006, at 5:01 AM, Steffen wrote:
>>> I happen to have an Intel Mac and is very willing to 'run the
>>> build'. How can i? What does it take? Where can i learn? (Sorry
>>> 'bout the immature questions.)
>> Here's the HOWTO:
> Superb. I just read through it. It doesn't scare me off. But as i
> haven't got Fink just now, i'll have to first find out if i'm gonna
> use Fink or DarwinPorts. I suppose the later holds the needed deps
> in it's repo too. If I deside to use DarwinPorts, and succeed, I
> suppose I could add a section to the wiki on that.
I don't use DarwinPorts at all. I recommend Fink for this since
there are a number of scripts that rely on Fink that automate
things. But if you want to take all rewriting all that stuff for
DarwinPorts, I won't stop you.
> On a side note: Is the intention of the MetaPkg project to make a
> (joint) package manager or the like?
I don't know anything about that.
>> Post questions here and we'll see what needs doing.
> Brilliant. Just two things for starters:
> 1) The link to the 'checkout-developer-layout.sh' in the "Checking
> out the code frfrom CVS" section seam dead. From the "How to
> download from the SourceForge CVS" page it seams like it should
> point to 'http://pure-data.cvs.sourceforge.net/pure-data/scripts/
> checkout-developer-layout.sh?rev=HEAD' instead.
Thanks, fixed. That wasn't updated since SourceForge changed their
domain anme setup. That page should be a wiki, but I haven't gotten
around to converting it... I did create a page for that content tho,
if you feel inspired:
If you go with DarwinPorts, I'd say make a page called:
> 2) In the "Building" section it says, "For Pd-extended, you will
> need to apply the required patches to Pd-core before compiling".
> What in rough terms happens to the Pd-core (aka Millers version?)
> when applying that patch?
Lots of things, some optional, some required for building Pd-
extended. Anything substantial has been submitted to the patch
tracker, and many have already been included in Pd 0.40. Check out
packages/patches for the complete list.
>> First off, it would be good just to get a working build out there.
> Agreed, indeed.
>> If you can run a nightly build, that would be even better.
> I'll look into that, but i think irregular builds will be more
> likely, as it's a laptop computer and not a server in my closet.
Ok, any build is better than no build. But hopefully we can get a
Mac/Intel auto-build machine going in the future.
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