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Re: [Help-smalltalk] Building on OSX/Command Line Tool

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: Re: [Help-smalltalk] Building on OSX/Command Line Tool
Date: Wed, 03 Aug 2011 08:37:23 +0200
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On 08/02/2011 07:30 PM, Travis Griggs wrote:
I've got an ambitious goal. I put together a little workspace script
in VisualWorks. It takes two input parameters, and spits stuff out on

That's very similar (though simpler) to what gst-remote does.

I'd like to realize it as a command line program, but using GST. I'm
running on OSX (Lion). I have a colleague who's running on OSX (Snow

The program should be completely portable.

I'd like to be able to put it together on my mac. And then
share it with him, hoping I can just Skype him a couple of files.

Why can't you email them instead of using proprietary software (and worse protocols)? ;)

I'd love to show that I could do this in one day, I'm skeptical, but
prepared to be wowed. Am I dreaming too big?

I don't think compiling should be included in the time. Otherwise, I'm sure it's doable in five minutes by someone with your experience.

My first issue, is that I git cloned the latest sources (as per and now want to follow the OSX
build directions located at
( Problem is, I
don't have a 'configure' script in the checked out repository.

The guide is missing "autoreconf -vi" which is instead present in the "official" page at

If you do not want any goodies (cairo, SDL, whatever) that's fine. Otherwise building gst is not too easy, just like I'm sure VisualWorks isn't. :)


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