Sounds good. let us know how you get on. I do some P/S development on the
Mac, and test there periodically, so I know that most of it works. Your
input in getting things working and tested would be much appreciated by
the developers, and a fink package would almost certainly attract new
users (and make you some new email penpals for support).
On a related note: any Win32/Cygwin hacker out there with too much free
time who wants to get involved and doesn't need their hand held, let us
On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Eric Gradman wrote:
> I've compiled Player/Stage successfully on my Mac, and I'd be very
> interested in trying my hand at maintaining the fink package. I'm with
> the Center for Software Engineering at USC and my research group is
> actively using player/stage. As I successfully evangelize the Mac to
> more and more coworkers, I'll be saving myself a lot of time currently
> spent helping them compile and install P/S.
> >Glenn, were you able to get it compiled and running on Mac OSX?
> >I will probably find myself maintaining a handful of fink packages
> >sometime in the next few months, maybe I can handle P/S as well.
> >On Thursday, April 24, 2003, at 01:36 AM, Glenn Elliott wrote:
> >> Are there any plans to add player/stage to fink project
> >> (http://fink.sourceforge.net) for MacOS X?
> >> I'm currently struggling though to get player and stage to compile on
> >> my Mac. Wouldn't it be great to be able to type "fink install
> >> playerstage" and come back 30 minutes later and have the whole thing
> >> downloaded, compiled and installed ready to go?
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