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Re: [Texmacs-dev] problems with self compiled versions after upgrading p

From: Miguel de Benito Delgado
Subject: Re: [Texmacs-dev] problems with self compiled versions after upgrading port on OSX
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2014 21:50:05 +0200

Hi Michael,

 did you compile using XCode? Or was it make MACOS_BUNDLE? The latter should produce a valid .app (though it might not work 100% of the time, haven't checked recently)

There's also the possibility of using Massimiliano's tm-devel-mac stuff. After some (possibly heavy) tweaking, one ends up with a complete installation from source of all the libraries required for TeXmacs, ready to be used with the ./configure. I must confess that I gave up after many hours of (fruitless) said tweaking, but YMMV.


Miguel de  Benito.

On 28 March 2014 15:47, Michael Lachmann <address@hidden> wrote:
I had a version of TeXmacs I compiled myself from the SVN archive on OSX.
After upgrading my "ports" version on my mac (port selfupdate; port
upgrade updated) TeXmacs wouldn't run anymore. The problem was that
could not be found. I restored those files from a Time Machine backup,
and all seems to work again.
I know I should have done something so the app does not depend on
those external libraries... but in any case, if someone has the same
problem, this is one solution...


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