I have made a webpage for downloading a pspp Mac bundle as an alternative to the
installation via macports.
Could you add a link to that page on the pspp gnu page?
in the MacOS section?
> Am 19.09.2016 um 20:08 schrieb Friedrich Beckmann <friedrich.beckm...@gmx.de>:
> Hi Jeremy,
>> Am 19.09.2016 um 15:57 schrieb Jeremy Lavergne <jer...@lavergne.me
>> I'd recommend asking PSPP to post a link to the bundles: it'd be better
>> to have direct links from PSPP to your project than secondary ones from me.
> I can make a web page for the bundles.
>> If we can get your bundles working for all versions of the OS, that'd be
>> spectacular and makes my efforts unnecessary :-)
> Would be nice, but it is not that simple. Technically the OSX bundles are
> on the macports version of pspp. So having pspp in macports is a
> prerequisite for building the bundle. It would only be a simpler way of
> distribution and installation for those who have problems with macports.
> The bundle will also not make pspp reachable via commandline.
> I also have no plan to have older osx versions in virtual machines to build
> and test the bundles for older osx versions. I have a macbook running El
> The bundles are build for the Quartz backend of gtk, so they do not use the X
> There are some differences in rendering. For example
> the gtk quartz backend does not show the blue text in the syntax editor.
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>> On 09/14/2016 01:48 PM, Friedrich Beckmann wrote:
>>> i produced a standard MacOS application
>>> bundle for pspp on OSX El Capitan 10.11.6 based on the
>>> current macports pspp version 0.10.2. I used this script
>>> to build the bundle. This is based on gtk-mac-bundler. The
>>> bundle is based on the quartz backend of gtk3, i.e. no XServer
>>> is required. I provide the bundle here:
>>> Using the bundle does not require to install macports or the X11 Server.
>>> What do you think about promoting the bundle as alternative to
>>> macports install via your pspp osx webpage:
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