|From:||Samuel H. Dupree, Jr.|
|Subject:||Re: QtOctave for Mac OSX|
|Date:||Sun, 18 Mar 2007 05:07:08 -0400|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 184.108.40.206 (Macintosh/20070221)|
Pedro Luis Lucas Rosado wrote:
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I'm attempting to install QtOctave on a Mac G4 running Mac OS ver. 10.4.9. I've successfully installed Qt-4.2.3 on my system and I've downloaded the tar file for QtOctave-0.3.3. I've changed to references to Qt-1.1.1 to Qt-4.2.3 and the references to linux-g++ to macx-g++. When I run the installer script, install-tool.sh, the installation quits with the message
install-tool.sh: line 7: ./install-tool/install-tool: No such file or directory
In examining the install-tool subdirectory, I observed that the file named install-tool.app was created.
My first question is do I need to modify line 7 in install-tool.sh to read
./install-tool/install-tool.app -qmake "$QMAKE_PROGRAM"
or should it be set to something else? Secondly, are there additional changes in either the makefiles or the installation procedure to build QtOctave for Mac OSX?
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