[PD] PD and MacIntel
hans at eds.org
Tue Oct 24 06:34:57 CEST 2006
On Oct 21, 2006, at 8:32 PM, Kilian Koepsell wrote:
> i just wanted to share some experience i made trying to compile pd
> on mac intel:
> - pd wouldn't compile using TclTkAqua-8.4.10.dmg. only after i un-
> installed the package i was able to compile pd.
Yeah, you should use the built-in Frameworks for Intel. or build
them from source. You can use the built-in ones by just not
installing anything, and ignoring the bit in the HOWTO about the
> - the result was a binary that would start but was useless -- it
> wouldn't open any new window.
> - miller puckette's version 0.40 compiles and runs on my computer.
> it yould be great if you would get it to work.
> in case you encounter the same problem, it might be a good idea to
> try compiling miller's version in order to be sure that
> you are not missing any of the dependencies.
> good luck,
> On Oct 21, 2006, at 3:15 PM, Steffen wrote:
>> On 21/10/2006, at 21.09, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>>> 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.
>> Attached is a text file (hopefully) displaying some "research" and
>> in which i conclude that i'm not gonna use DarwinPorts to build Pd-
>>> If you go with DarwinPorts, I'd say make a page called:
>> I should properly add this to the wiki for future reference/work?
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