[Ifeffit] New release (061) of my codes -- Macintosh 10.4 binary installer

Paul Fons paul-fons at aist.go.jp
Fri Apr 7 16:20:34 CDT 2006

   Aquaterm is still in there, as it is buried in the build scripts  
for both ifeffit and horae.  Some symbols are referenced hence if the  
aquaterm library is not there, there are problems (as I recall).  My  
temporary solution was just to include it as the aquaterm library was  
small.  My long term plan was to bring aquaterm back to life on the  
mac at least as I think it has some advantages (it saves pdf natively  
and buffers so is resizable).  The key point here would seem to be  
that the Ifeffit.bundle is not the one that is included with the  
horae61 mac binary installer.


On Apr 7, 2006, at 3:01 PM, Matt Newville wrote:

> Stefano,
> You don't need a a file named libpglot.a.  The application ifeffit
> statically includes the pgplot library.   If you were to build a new
> Ifeffit application (including building the base perl module, which
> horae's build does), it would look in the file
> /Applications/Ifeffit/share/ifeffit/config/Config.mak and see that it
> should build with 'libpgplot_iff.a' in the directory
> '/Applications/Ifeffit/pgplot'.   And it should work.
> The result you sent from otool definitely makes it look like your
> installation is broken.  It also seems to use Aquaterm, which is
> strange.  Paul, is there any chance that Aquaterm is looking for a
> dynamic pgplot library?
> Stefano, you did delete all the Ifeffit installation receipts in
> '/Library/Receipts'  and installed the binary package, right?
>>> Can anyone else confirm / deny if the installer works on OS X 10.4?
>> maybe I am the only one using it? :-)
> I sort of doubt that, but it would be more convenient if we didn't
> have to support it.
> --Matt
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