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[REBOL] Re: Cross Platform? Then what about Mac OS X?

From: carl:cybercraft at: 27-Sep-2002 9:49

On 27-Sep-02, Porter Woodward wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Rod Gaither" <[rgaither--triad--rr--com]> >> Hope RT gets the work done on OS X updates sooner rather than later >> as I really need Core and I miss View and IOS/Express. > I wonder if Core for BSD could be ported quickly to OS X? My > understanding is that a lot of BSD stuff recompiles relatively > easily under OS X. Lack of REBOL on OS X is one of the reasons > holding me back from "switch"ing.
Core is already on OSX... or am I missing something? (I know there's another non-Apple OSX (OS X"?) from way back, so it's possible...) Note though there's this in the REBOL FAQ regarding Core for Apple OSX... ---8<--- From: Note that the current release of Core does not run on the 10.2 version of OSX. This is due to a change in the OSX dynamic libraries. The work-around is to set an environment variable, DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES, which declares libraries that are to be searched by the loader (dyld). Add the following line to your login script: setenv DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES /usr/lib/libtermcap.dylib and, REBOL will run again. [Thanks Ron.] ---8<--- -- Carl Read