Not at all:

In fact here are the links.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1426853/ooRexx-4.0.1-i386.tgz
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1426853/ooRexx-4.0.1-ppc.tgz
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1426853/ooRexx-4.0.1-x86_64.tgz

You now, know that I think about it, there is probably an error in the plist file.  The plist file is a text file so you can edit with the editor of your choice.  I believe the error is that the path to the program is wrong.

It probably says something like:
/usr/bin/rxapi
and should say
/opt/ooRexx/bin/rxapi

Again, these are simply compressed tar archives of /opt/ooRexx.  No installer.  These were built under Leopard and run on Snow Leopard (10.5 & 10.4).  I don't know if they will run on 10.4.

Bruce


On Dec 24, 2010, at 10:39 AM, Rony G Flatscher wrote:



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Von: Rony G Flatscher <rony.flatscher@wu.ac.at>
Datum: 24. Dezember 2010 19:33:53 MEZ
An: Open Object Rexx Developer Mailing List <oorexx-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>
Betreff: Re: [Oorexx-devel] (Experimental) MacOSX versions of ooRexx in 32- and 64-bit, where ?

Bruce,

Oh, did not realize that ar all, as my filters moved your email into the dev-folder! Would it be ok for you, if I forwarded your links to René, who is a Mac user and might benefit?

Also thank you very much for the rxapi-hint, which will surely help me.

Any chance that you might have time over Christmas to tackle 4.1.0?

Anyway, thank you very much indeed!

Happy holidays

---rony

Am 24.12.2010 um 16:06 schrieb CVBruce <cvbruce@gmail.com>:

Rony,

I didn't publish those links on the list.  I will if people want me to.  The links lead to 4.0.1 as you indicated.  These are not good distributions of ooRexx, in that there is no installer.  They are simply compressed tar archives of /opt/ooRexx in each architecture.  They are suitable for developers that know how ooRexx is installed and how it works.

I'm uncomfortable putting out binaries that essentially cause the OS to continually attempt to restart rxapi, when it is already running.

You will need the following in your environment:
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/ooRexx/lib/ooRexx:$DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH
PATH=/opt/ooRexx/bin:$PATH

You will need to start rxapi manually:
sudo launchctl load -w /opt/ooRexx/bin/org.rexxla.oorexx.rxapid.plist

To stop rxapi:
sudo launchctl unload -w /opt/ooRexx/bin/org.rexxla.oorexx.rxapid.plist
sudo killall rxapi

Bruce


On Dec 24, 2010, at 2:38 AM, Rony G. Flatscher wrote:

Hi René,

On 24.12.2010 11:29, René Jansen wrote:
Intel or Power?

Intel in both bitnesses (to become able to look into BSF4ooRexx.cc on
the Mac myself).

Bruce's tgz-packages for ooRexx 4.0.1 are great (that's the minimum
level of ooRexx needed for BSF4ooRexx) as they are in 32- and 64-bit for
Intel, he also has one for PPC, if you follow his links.

---rony


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