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On Jan 31, 2013, at 12:48 PM, Bob Anderson <bob=> wrote:

I have in = my .bash_profile a variable called DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH set to ImageMagik. Yo= u mentioned a DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH. Do I need to add this? What do I= set it to? NIRT failed and it mentioned DYLD path.

If you set up the symbolic link= , you shouldn't need to set anything other than PATH (and MANPATH for docs= ).

Did you create the /usr/brlcad symli= nk?  What's the error you're seeing?  The variable you have set = for ImageMagik might be causing problems.



From: = Christopher Sean Morrison []
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 11:47 AM
To: BRL-CAD = Developer Mailing List
Subject: Re: [brlcad-devel] Ru= nning BRLCAD 7.22 on MAC OSX from terminal



On Jan 30, 2013, at 10:45 AM, Bob Anderson <bob.ande=> wrote:

Hi Sean,


= I was pleased to see an updated BRLCAD version for MAC. I was also pleased= that it installed like a typical mac app. However, the install did not pu= t any path in the .bash_profile file that would allow me to run MGED from = the terminal command line. I attempted to put the /bin and /lib directorie= s in the PATH variable, but it did not seem to work.  What am I missi= ng? Any assistance would be much appreciated.



Hi Bob, thanks= for the feedback on the app.  It was sort of a quick "hey, I wonder = ..." test before release to see if I could pull together a pretty drag-n-d= rop release quickly.  I've been loving it myself now that I can doubl= e-click .g files and launch mged by dragging them on the app, but there ar= e some loose ends to be sorted out.  The path is one of them.


= You can add it to your path, but notice the ':' in the application name. &= nbsp;That's a tricky problem since you have to escape the colon.  Eve= n once you add it to your path, though, you also end up needing to set the= DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH variable too so that it finds the runtime libr= aries.


All that said, the easiest solution is to create a symbolic li= nk.  First, create or go to /usr/brlcad:


sudo mkdir -p /usr/br= lcad

cd /usr/brlcad


Then creat= e a link into the application bundle for that version:


sudo ln -s /A= pplications/BRL-CAD\ :\ MGED\


Tab completion may help there in case I = wrote the path wrong or you have it located somewhere else.  Once the= link is created, it should all work if you add /usr/brlcad/rel-7.22.0/bin= to your PATH.


<= p class=3D"MsoNormal">Cheers!




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