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Re: Shoes OSX branch

Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Anuj Dutta
Date:
2010-05-05 @ 10:20
Hello all,

Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a pointer
to their repository as I would like to get the latest changes? I think we
should start a branch in the main respostory for different platforms that
can later be merged. Please comment.

Thanks

Anuj
@andhapp

-- 
Anuj DUTTA

Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2010-05-05 @ 14:56
I am not in charge, but I was working 10.6, and hadn't made that great of
progress. You can check out what I did do at my github account,
steveklabnik/shoes.

A couple of other people were doing some stuff, though. I haven't had the
time to put into shoes in a few weeks, so I'm a little behind what a few
other people were working on.

I think another branch would be a perfectly fine idea.

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 6:20 AM, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com>wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a pointer
> to their repository as I would like to get the latest changes? I think we
> should start a branch in the main respostory for different platforms that
> can later be merged. Please comment.
>
> Thanks
>
> Anuj
> @andhapp
>
> --
> Anuj DUTTA
>

Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Anuj Dutta
Date:
2010-05-06 @ 15:02
Sounds good to me.

Anuj
------Original Message------
From: i5m
Sender: shoes@librelist.com
To: shoes@librelist.com
ReplyTo: shoes@librelist.com
Subject: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch
Sent: 6 May 2010 15:49

Daniel,

following those instructions everything is in /tmp/dep. So you should
be able to zip up the dep folder. Any other OSX 10.5 Intel user should
then be able to use those same deps as long as they unzip them to the
same location and use a source file pointing to the right location:
e.g:

http://github.com/i5m/shoes/blob/osxppc/use-tmp-dep

http://github.com/mkelly/shoes/blob/master/use-tmp-deps

,etc

The way it used to work was Why built the deps so people could unzip
to their Shoes build directory. But it's far easier to use /tmp/dep
for building from scratch and also for building using pre-built deps,
as that path prefix works for everyone.

Does that make any sense? I'm not sure.

The existing Intel deps that Anuj put together should be considered
out of date. I think he updated Ruby in them, but Cairo, etc will be
out of date. That's why it'd be great if you could upload yours to
replace them - then Anuj could probably try them out assuming he's
still on 10.5.

On Thursday, May 6, 2010, Daniel Tennant <dan@summitpush.com> wrote:
> When I built on 10.5 Intel, I did not use the prebuilt deps package, it 
gave me all sorts of errors.  I built them all from scratch as per the 
instructions on this page 
http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoesonosx.  I'm not sure that 
a prebuilt deps package is really that viable, there's a reason you run 
the configure as part of building those libraries, so that they can be 
compiled correctly for your system.
>
> Has anyone had luck building with the prebuilt deps?


-- 
-----------------------
i5m.co.uk
GPG Key: 0xA18A602B


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Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
i5m
Date:
2010-05-05 @ 18:15
Hi Anuj,

As well as what Steve's said, I have some OSX PPC specific fixes here:

http://github.com/i5m/shoes/commits/osxppc/

And Michael Kelly has done some excellent recent work on getting it  
working in 10.6:

http://github.com/mkelly/shoes/commits/master/

SummitPush / Daniel Tennant (I think the same person) has put the  
recent 10.5 Intel build up. Daniel, if you are reading: thanks and I  
assume that means you have recent/up-to-date deps? If so could you put  
them up for download as well please? Currently Intel deps are linked  
on this page: http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoes

Apart from Michael, we've not done much to any OSX code since you last  
looked. It's mainly been been figuring out building up-to-date deps  
and getting Shoes building with them.

On 5 May 2010, at 11:20, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a  
> pointer to their repository as I would like to get the latest  
> changes? I think we should start a branch in the main respostory for  
> different platforms that can later be merged. Please comment.
>
> Thanks
>
> Anuj
> @andhapp
>
> -- 
> Anuj DUTTA

Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Daniel Tennant
Date:
2010-05-06 @ 12:25
When I built on 10.5 Intel, I did not use the prebuilt deps package, it gave
me all sorts of errors.  I built them all from scratch as per the
instructions on this page
http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoesonosx.  I'm not sure that a
prebuilt deps package is really that viable, there's a reason you run the
configure as part of building those libraries, so that they can be compiled
correctly for your system.

Has anyone had luck building with the prebuilt deps?


On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 2:15 PM, i5m <i5ivem@googlemail.com> wrote:

> Hi Anuj,
>
> As well as what Steve's said, I have some OSX PPC specific fixes here:
>
> http://github.com/i5m/shoes/commits/osxppc/
>
> And Michael Kelly has done some excellent recent work on getting it
> working in 10.6:
>
> http://github.com/mkelly/shoes/commits/master/
>
> SummitPush / Daniel Tennant (I think the same person) has put the
> recent 10.5 Intel build up. Daniel, if you are reading: thanks and I
> assume that means you have recent/up-to-date deps? If so could you put
> them up for download as well please? Currently Intel deps are linked
> on this page: http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoes
>
> Apart from Michael, we've not done much to any OSX code since you last
> looked. It's mainly been been figuring out building up-to-date deps
> and getting Shoes building with them.
>
> On 5 May 2010, at 11:20, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hello all,
> >
> > Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a
> > pointer to their repository as I would like to get the latest
> > changes? I think we should start a branch in the main respostory for
> > different platforms that can later be merged. Please comment.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Anuj
> > @andhapp
> >
> > --
> > Anuj DUTTA
>
>


-- 
Daniel Tennant
http://blog.summitpush.com
843-628-1488

[shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
i5m
Date:
2010-05-06 @ 14:49
Daniel,

following those instructions everything is in /tmp/dep. So you should
be able to zip up the dep folder. Any other OSX 10.5 Intel user should
then be able to use those same deps as long as they unzip them to the
same location and use a source file pointing to the right location:
e.g:

http://github.com/i5m/shoes/blob/osxppc/use-tmp-dep

http://github.com/mkelly/shoes/blob/master/use-tmp-deps

,etc

The way it used to work was Why built the deps so people could unzip
to their Shoes build directory. But it's far easier to use /tmp/dep
for building from scratch and also for building using pre-built deps,
as that path prefix works for everyone.

Does that make any sense? I'm not sure.

The existing Intel deps that Anuj put together should be considered
out of date. I think he updated Ruby in them, but Cairo, etc will be
out of date. That's why it'd be great if you could upload yours to
replace them - then Anuj could probably try them out assuming he's
still on 10.5.

On Thursday, May 6, 2010, Daniel Tennant <dan@summitpush.com> wrote:
> When I built on 10.5 Intel, I did not use the prebuilt deps package, it 
gave me all sorts of errors.  I built them all from scratch as per the 
instructions on this page 
http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoesonosx.  I'm not sure that 
a prebuilt deps package is really that viable, there's a reason you run 
the configure as part of building those libraries, so that they can be 
compiled correctly for your system.
>
> Has anyone had luck building with the prebuilt deps?


-- 
-----------------------
i5m.co.uk
GPG Key: 0xA18A602B

Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Anuj Dutta
Date:
2010-05-06 @ 12:28
On 6 May 2010 17:55, Daniel Tennant <dan@summitpush.com> wrote:

> When I built on 10.5 Intel, I did not use the prebuilt deps package, it
> gave me all sorts of errors.  I built them all from scratch as per the
> instructions on this page
> http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoesonosx.  I'm not sure that
> a prebuilt deps package is really that viable, there's a reason you run the
> configure as part of building those libraries, so that they can be compiled
> correctly for your system.
>
> Has anyone had luck building with the prebuilt deps?
>
>
>
I did it ages ago using the instructions there but it would be very helpful
if you could zip up the dependencies and upload them somewhere specifying
the version they work with. It makes it easier for the new starters.

Anuj



>
> On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 2:15 PM, i5m <i5ivem@googlemail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi Anuj,
>>
>> As well as what Steve's said, I have some OSX PPC specific fixes here:
>>
>> http://github.com/i5m/shoes/commits/osxppc/
>>
>> And Michael Kelly has done some excellent recent work on getting it
>> working in 10.6:
>>
>> http://github.com/mkelly/shoes/commits/master/
>>
>> SummitPush / Daniel Tennant (I think the same person) has put the
>> recent 10.5 Intel build up. Daniel, if you are reading: thanks and I
>> assume that means you have recent/up-to-date deps? If so could you put
>> them up for download as well please? Currently Intel deps are linked
>> on this page: http://wiki.github.com/shoes/shoes/buildingshoes
>>
>> Apart from Michael, we've not done much to any OSX code since you last
>> looked. It's mainly been been figuring out building up-to-date deps
>> and getting Shoes building with them.
>>
>> On 5 May 2010, at 11:20, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com> wrote:
>>
>> > Hello all,
>> >
>> > Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a
>> > pointer to their repository as I would like to get the latest
>> > changes? I think we should start a branch in the main respostory for
>> > different platforms that can later be merged. Please comment.
>> >
>> > Thanks
>> >
>> > Anuj
>> > @andhapp
>> >
>> > --
>> > Anuj DUTTA
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Daniel Tennant
> http://blog.summitpush.com
> 843-628-1488
>



-- 
Anuj DUTTA

Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Anuj Dutta
Date:
2010-05-05 @ 15:03
Steve,

Thanks. 

All,

Is it worth spending time trying to get Shoes working in 10.5 as sooner or
later everyone is going to upgrade.  


Anuj
@andhapp

------------------

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>
Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 10:56:18 
To: <shoes@librelist.com>
Subject: Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

I am not in charge, but I was working 10.6, and hadn't made that great of
progress. You can check out what I did do at my github account,
steveklabnik/shoes.

A couple of other people were doing some stuff, though. I haven't had the
time to put into shoes in a few weeks, so I'm a little behind what a few
other people were working on.

I think another branch would be a perfectly fine idea.

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 6:20 AM, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com>wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a pointer
> to their repository as I would like to get the latest changes? I think we
> should start a branch in the main respostory for different platforms that
> can later be merged. Please comment.
>
> Thanks
>
> Anuj
> @andhapp
>
> --
> Anuj DUTTA
>

Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2010-05-05 @ 16:08
There is a build of Shoes on 10.5 Check the 'recent builds' page of the
wiki...

It's 10.6 that's the big issue.

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 11:03 AM, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com>wrote:

> Steve,
>
> Thanks.
>
> All,
>
> Is it worth spending time trying to get Shoes working in 10.5 as sooner or
> later everyone is going to upgrade.
>
>
> Anuj
> @andhapp
>
> ------------------
> ------------------------------
> *From: * Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>
> *Date: *Wed, 5 May 2010 10:56:18 -0400
> *To: *<shoes@librelist.com>
> *Subject: *Re: [shoes] Re: Shoes OSX branch
>
> I am not in charge, but I was working 10.6, and hadn't made that great of
> progress. You can check out what I did do at my github account,
> steveklabnik/shoes.
>
> A couple of other people were doing some stuff, though. I haven't had the
> time to put into shoes in a few weeks, so I'm a little behind what a few
> other people were working on.
>
> I think another branch would be a perfectly fine idea.
>
> On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 6:20 AM, Anuj Dutta <dutta.anuj@googlemail.com>wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> Who is leading Shoes development on OSX? Can he/she/they give me a pointer
>> to their repository as I would like to get the latest changes? I think we
>> should start a branch in the main respostory for different platforms that
>> can later be merged. Please comment.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Anuj
>> @andhapp
>>
>> --
>> Anuj DUTTA
>>
>
>