View Full Version : OSX users Tuhopuu for you. But help please.
03 March 2003, 03:17 AM
Hey I created an OSX Tuhopuu for you.
But tell me if it works for ya.
I need to know if it works in 10.2 and 10.1
To use it you must install Openal first . It is a library that it runs on and I have no control over that.
Have fun and tell if it works. Kay .
Ok first install the OpenAL SDK not the other one.
When you install the first file it will drop another one on the desktop.
You must go into that and install the package file from their.
Then get Blender Tuhopuu from me.
03 March 2003, 04:40 PM
It's cool you got it to compile on Mac OSX.
Unfortunately, i don't have X, i don't even have a mac...
But, i'm wondering what kind of modifications did you do for it to compile.
Even if I don't have Mac, it could be helpful for me.
I'm trying to compile it with Dev-C++ with MSVC import but there's a problem.
03 March 2003, 08:38 PM
Cool , thankyou for your feedback.
With some greatfull help.
I went in and redirected some lines of code
to point to where the true unix file library's were
Uncomented some lines of code. And moved
a few librarys.
We have a program called Fink here and it
installs a bunch of huge library's for you with
just a few commands.
But the best thing you should do is just
contact their mailing list.
For Tuhopuu firstname.lastname@example.org
For BF- email@example.com
The Bf- place I think that you need a password
But try anyway.
04 April 2003, 12:32 AM
Thanks Youngcat! It's good to see that Blender folks make sure that the Mac users are up-to-date with the rest of the Blender Pack.
04 April 2003, 10:23 AM
i already replaced //comments by /* */.
The compiler doesn't get sutck anymore on these lines.
Now I should redirect some links... nan_definitions i think it's there, or nan_something...
Well thanks anyway! I feel I'm going the right way.
01 January 2006, 07:00 PM
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