[Users] Einstein Toolkit on Mac OS
scott.hawley at belmont.edu
Wed May 16 11:16:38 CDT 2012
Frank and I are currently working to install on a somewhat "fresh" Mac at
CCT. I'm making a list of all the packages, etc. that I install.
On 5/16/12 11:14 AM, "Babiuc-Hamilton, Maria" <babiuc at marshall.edu> wrote:
>For MacOSX, Macports is the easier way to get all the software needed. My
>perl version is 5.12 and python 27.
>I was able to checkout a new version, and update an old one when I did
>not use the -p
>The old instructions for Mac OSX were working great, if we can update
>then would be fantastic. I'm using gcc45 and the old configuration still
>works. Haven't tried with gcc48. Did anyone?
>Scott came up already with new instructions for Visit, still to be
>confirmed. Barry Wardell has made possible the installation of pygraph,
>From: users-bounces at einsteintoolkit.org
>[users-bounces at einsteintoolkit.org] on behalf of Frank Loeffler
>[knarf at cct.lsu.edu]
>Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 11:46 AM
>To: Ian Hinder
>Cc: users at einsteintoolkit.org
>Subject: Re: [Users] Einstein Toolkit on Mac OS
>On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 05:38:30PM +0200, Ian Hinder wrote:
>> Those things should be hidden by SimFactory. We would provide
>>instructions for a "recommended" set of system packages and compilers
>>for each OS, and we would provide optionlists for these.
>Exactly. Simfactory needs to be configured for each new machine, and
>this set of packages is what is we currently do not know/distribute.
>So, coming back to Mac OS what we would need is a set of packages and
>instructions how to install them, and an simfactory option list could
>then assume they are installed.
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