[PD] Gem 0.94 on Mac OS X
langcsaba at gmail.com
Wed Mar 6 22:01:26 CET 2019
this is what made me clear why my system has broken pipes or something like
I am not the only one who has troubles with homebrew.
My system was originally 10.11 if I remember well, and upgraded the system
already 3 times. Looks like Mojave cannot really handle the old headers
installed many years ago.
Anyway, was looking for this solution for a while, thought will never have
Gem back working again, but a total fresh Mac OS X install just scared me.
On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 9:47 PM IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> On 3/6/19 7:37 PM, Csaba Láng wrote:
> > Fede,
> > here you are the commands I used:
> > $ ./autogen.sh
> > $ ./configure --with-pd=/Applications/Pd-0.49-1.app/Contents/Resources
> > --enable-videoAVF
> so far, on all macOS systems i have tested, AVFoundation is correctly
> detected automatically, without the need for that flag.
> > --without-Carbon-framework
> that shouldn't be necessary.
> > --without-ftgl
> > --without-imagemagick
> > GL_CFLAGS="-DDUMMY_GL" GL_LIBS="-framework OpenGL"
> why do you need this?
> incidentally, i am *currently* compiling Gem on an OSX-10.6 system that
> is no longer supported by brew and all the fun stuff (PowerPC anybody?).
> this system lacks "pkg-config" (and without brew i cannot really install
> it), and my hack (for compiling FTGL) eventually broke the
> build-process, so i also had to provide GL_LIBS.
> but after i fixed my hack, this is no longer required.
> also, Gem is built regularly on a (pristine) macOS/sierra system, and
> here those flags aren't required either.
> so i'm confident, that if you require to set GL_LIBS, something is
> broken in your installation.
> > feel free to delete those elements what you need, I had to cancel ftgl or
> > imagemmagick as looks like in Mojave for some reason cmake symlinks does
> > not work properly, and those elements which I updated with brew or
> > or compiled with cmake just cannot be found by Gem.
> again: weird because building against both ftgl & imagemagick (installed
> via "brew") is tested by our CI, without any problem.
> again: i suspect that your setup is somewhat broken.
> i intend to upload release packages in the next days.
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