It now builds on OS X, and OpenCL directory looks like it is built as
well.  But I haven't installed libraries such as cairo and openexr, so
my gel is not supported.  For my purpose, is it essential for me to
install every library checked by configure?

On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 2:25 PM, Victor Oliveira
<> wrote:
> Something you can try on OS X is to use brew to compile GIMP and get
> some of the new libraries installed.
> On Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 5:20 PM, Jon Nordby <> wrote:
>> On 17 December 2014 at 01:33, Qichang Liang <>
>> wrote:
>>> Currently I am working on MacbookPro Retina installed with OS X 10.10.
>>> I have a VMware virtual machine on my USB 3 hard drive, which I can
>>> run using VMware Fusion 7.1
>>> However for correctness and performance testing, which option is the best?
>>> * compile the gegl directly on OS X (which I can't get it compiled)
>>> * compile on a Linux VM that runs on VMware Fusion 7.1
>>> * install Linux on my USB hard drive, boot my retina macbook from the
>>> Linux USB hard drive and compile from there?
>> Test something that typical users use. That would be a plain OSX or Linux
>> install. USB harddrive will make boot, application startup a bit slow but
>> should not impact perfomance otherwise. And as long as your compare
>> performance on the same system, comparisons will stay valid.
>> GEGL should compile on Mac OSX. If it does not, it is probably not so hard
>> to fix. And it needs to be fixed for applications using GEGL (like GIMP)
>> anyways.
>> Post your compile error along with what you did here if you are stuck with a
>> problem.
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