I appreciate the help. Yes, I think I am going to need to do some
tweaking. I am about to leave on a two day trip, but I am anxious to
get back and start in on it. The good news is it looks like there
have been a lot of responses. Thank you everyone.
On Sep 14, 2009, at 4:09 AM, Alexander Burger wrote:
welcome to the mailing list!
I am having a bit of a problem installing picolisp on a PowerPC Mac
running OS X 10.411. Here is the command line output after
I'm afraid I'm not of much help, as I don't have a Mac myself. I was
hoping that some of the Mac users in this list would react :-(
PowerBook-12in:~/picoLisp-2.3.7/src kyle$ make picolisp
make: gcc: Command not found
This looks like you have no development environment installed. What
needs to be done on a Mac to install or configure the C compiler?
From all what I've noticed about PicoLisp on the Mac so far, I
it is a mess. The Mac obviously is not intended as a development
machine. You have to fiddle arould with variables like
MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET (why doesn't the Mac find that out by
Anyway, I hope that some of the Mac users could supply something