Regarding CMake I'd like to say there's also CPack, which enables
generation of Installation-Packages for different platforms alongside
CMake. This also works for Macs.
> I offered to do some mac builds on a more or less regular basis. I
> got native to build (but could build x11 too), and now I'm in the
> process of packaging it (there are still some issues with the app
> bundle script) I hope to resolve these tomorrow, or maybe write my
> own, simple script if that doesn't work. So anyway on irc verbalshadow
> just told me to say hi to the list and that eventual problems / upload
> possibilities would/could be handled here better.
> I'll continue with the packaging tomorrow cause it's going to be 5 am
> soonish, but currently I have the following issues if anyone has a
> quick thought on one of those. I was under the impression I could use
> osx-app.sh for native packaging too, but so far:
> (note: in the paths below /opt/local/ is the macports install path
> passed to "osx-app.sh" with --libraries)
> /opt/local/etc/pango/pangox.aliases is not in my macports install
> (which it tries to copy) so is this a file specific to x11 pango
> (pango was installed with macports using +no_x11 ofc)
> Also the script is looking for:
> Only in a native version those would have to be:
> And so far I'm not quite sure how it gets the impression that it needs
> the x11 version, at first I thought it was hardcoded in the script,
> but it's not.
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