I'm told it can be done now, but can get messy. I gave up on brew several years
ago. Too many conflicts back then.
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On May 27, 2017, at 7:13 PM, Michael wrote:
> So apparently the open source code version of Jedi
You could install OS X in a VirtualBox virtual machine, then use
nothing but brew there.
Mike Crawford, Baritone
One Must Not Trifle With Wizards For It Makes Us Soggy And Hard To Light.
On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 9:33 PM, Ken Cunningham
So apparently the open source code version of Jedi Knights Academy and Outcast
https://github.com/JACoders/OpenJK rely on brew's SDL 2, and have that
installation pathname in their binaries.
Can I install brew, with its use of /usr/local/, at the same time as ports?
On 2017-05-27, at 9:33 PM, Ken Cunningham
> I'm about 95% finished a Portfile for OpenJK. It doesn't take but a few
> minutes to make one for a port like this. It's fully built and sitting on my
> hard drive. Just working out a patchfile or two for an
Yes, but I'd advise against it. I thought I had to for RVM and it caused me
loads of trouble. Then I learned I could set it to MacPorts and a deleted
brew and never looked back. I've been using MacPorts since before Intel, so
Mark E. Anderson
I'm about 95% finished a Portfile for OpenJK. It doesn't take but a few minutes
to make one for a port like this. It's fully built and sitting on my hard
drive. Just working out a patchfile or two for an openGL glitch on MacOS that
is widely known, and I'll test it out. If it works, I'll send
Some months ago I moved to Sierra from El Capitan and started upgrading my
ports. Nothing went as it should and I became ill at about the same time. I
abandoned everything until I was feeling better and that time has now arrived.
Following the instructions in MacPorts Guide I cleaned out all my