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Re: holdups for 2.12

From: Jonathan Kulp
Subject: Re: holdups for 2.12
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 07:34:26 -0600
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padovani wrote:
Graham Percival escreveu:
- OSX 10.5 issues: I think the command-line version is fine, but
  we still don't have a working gui.  But there's one or two
  people who have created workaround with actionscript?
Having a dual boot Macbook Pro (Leopard / Ubuntu 8.10), I can see that the PPC version runs much slower than the linux version when I need to compile big scores (Rosetta or ubuntu just rocks? ;)...

Files of any size always compile slower on my Macs, too, but it's most noticeable on the really big scores. A number of folks on the list have said that they got blazing speed on their macs by building from source, which I've tried and failed to do b/c of problems getting/installing the dependencies from MacPorts and Fink. :(

Is it possible to publish the Leopard compiled for an Intel Mac without the gui?

If there were a build specifically for command-line Mac that ran as fast as the Linux version I would LOVE it! I never use the GUI anyway... I would even offer small bounty if necessary ($25?).


Jonathan Kulp

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