Well I am happy to test for you if you like. Snow leopard here. Good chance to move to mercurial too if you're interested. ;-)
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From: "Mojca Miklavec" <mojca.miklavec.lists@...>
Date: Wed, Mar 2, 2011 02:35
Subject: AquaTerm (was: problems with readline (compilation on mac fails))
To: "Clark Gaylord" <cgaylord@...>
Cc: "Andrea D'Amore" <and.damore@...>, "gnuplot-beta" <gnuplot-beta@...>
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 00:01, Clark Gaylord wrote:
> iirc, aquaterm has no 64-bit support, in that it does not build 64bit if
> you try. x11 does and gnuplot does. hence if you try to force aquaterm
> build, you get unfindable objects. discard aquaterm or revitalize it; it
> is a lamentable loss, but it is dead, imho.
I tried to patch AquaTerm, so it now builds as 64-bit, it does link to
gnuplot, but for a misterious reason it hans forever when I try to
plot something and I need to figure out how to figure out what goes
(Somebody else contributed a set of patches that change all "int"s
into "int_32" etc. I will try to merge those patches as well.)
I need to explore why that happens since the version from macports
works just fine. There are many aspects of AquaTerm that I still try
to understand. I'm willing to work on fixing AquaTerm, but I'm still
AquaTerm may not be in the best shape, I know, but as long as it works
(if I can figure out how to build it for 64-bit so that it won't
hand), there is no reason to discard it yet.