[XeTeX] Building on Intel Mac
kahless at mac.com
Mon Nov 27 03:24:51 CET 2006
The tarball worked for me as well. Something is not right with the
svn checkout I got today.
On Nov 26, 2006, at 8:29 PM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 27 nov. 06 à 01:44, Peter Dyballa a écrit :
>> Am 27.11.2006 um 00:32 schrieb Bruno Voisin:
>>> Permission problem?
>>> build-xetex is creating the Work subdirectory by invoking bash on
>>> script ./runConfigure.sh. Is bash your shell of choice?
>> whether the login shell is bash or tcsh makes no difference.
> Thanks for the clarification. All I can say is that downloading the
> tarball SVN snapshots from <http://scripts.sil.org/svn-view/xetex/>
> and <http://scripts.sil.org/svn-view/xdvipdfmx/> then building and
> installing did work for me on a variety of setups:
> - teTeX-based i-Package on a PPC Mac
> - TeXLive-based i-Package on a PPC Mac
> - TeXLive-based i-Package on an Intel Mac
> In all cased this involved:
> - cd'ing for XeTeX to the TRUNK directory of the unarchived xetex
> source snapshot, then executing:
> sh build-xetex
> sudo sh install-xetex
> - cd-ing for xdvipdfmx to the TRUNK directory of the unarchived
> xdvipdfmx source snapshot, then executing:
> sh configure --with-kpathsea=/usr/local/TeXLive
> sudo make install
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