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Re: [Texmacs-dev] Still problems with OSX compile

From: Michael Lachmann
Subject: Re: [Texmacs-dev] Still problems with OSX compile
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2014 16:58:36 +0200

I finally managed to get my compiled version to work by writing a
small shell script called gs
that unsets the environment variable DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH. Then gs didn't
try to use the
libraries in Contents/Resources/lib, and all was well.

Maybe TeXmacs should unset the variable before calling an external program?


Michael Lachmann, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6, 04103 Leipzig, Germany.

On 24 April 2014 16:41, Michael Lachmann <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi!
> I tried today to introduce someone to TeXmacs, on OSX 10.8
> We tried two versions: one that I compiled myself, and the other was
> downloaded from the web.
> The idea was to use the R interface.
> First, nothing worked because gs had to be installed. (images were
> inserted as pink rectangles)
> Things still didn't work, and we installed imagemagick. After these
> two were installed, the downloaded version of TeXmacs worked.
> It still has the problem with continuously requiring 130% cpu. If I
> remember correctly, that is fixed by compiling with --enable-qtpipes.
> Would it be possible to put a precompiled version for OSX on the
> website that includes this flag? I think anyone using TeXmacs on a mac
> after 10.8 will have this problem.
> When trying to use my compiled version, I had the following problem:
> The application included dynamic libraries in
> TeXmacs-1.99.1.app/Contents/Resources/lib,
> and these libraries did not run well on my friend's computer. Or it
> could be that they didn't interact well with gs... I'm not totally
> sure.
> I compiled my version with:
> ./configure --enable-macosx-distr=i386   --enable-macosx-extensions
> --enable-qtpipes --enable-pdf-renderer
> How do I compile so that the Contents/Resources/lib is empty like it
> is in the file on texmacs.org?
> Thanks!
> Michael

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