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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Gump Wiki] Update of "OsxGumpConfig" by SanderTemme
Date Tue, 04 Jan 2011 06:33:06 GMT
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The "OsxGumpConfig" page has been changed by SanderTemme.
http://wiki.apache.org/gump/OsxGumpConfig?action=diff&rev1=4&rev2=5

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  Mac``Ports has been installed in /opt/local.  A crontab runs at five after midnight each
day to run port selfupdate and port upgrade outdated.  Put /opt/local/bin on your PATH and
run `port installed active` to get a list of what's currently there; `port list` to get a
list of what's available and `sudo port install foo` to install the port named foo.  Mac``Ports
does automatic dependency resolution. 
  
+ == MySQL ==
+ 
+ The My``SQL installation supplied with Mac OS X Server hosts the Gump database.  It has
been configured (through the Server Admin GUI) to not listen on the network.  To facilitate
installation of the Python module (see below), headers and client-side libraries have been
downloaded from http://www.opensource.apple.com/other/MySQL-49.binaries.tar.gz , which has
been untarred into / . 
+ 
+ == Python ==
+ 
+ Gump runs on /usr/bin/python.  A few modules have been installed through easy_install, notably
[[http://sourceforge.net/projects/mysql-python|MySQL-python]]. 
+ 
+ ''I, SanderTemme, don't remember whether or which other modules I had to install to make
it work.  Update this when you find out.''
+ 
  == Other Helpers ==
  
  GNU libtool 1.5 has been installed in /usr/local since much software (notably, in the test
collection, expat) can't deal with libtool 2.x provided by both the OS and Mac``Ports.  Note
that you need to run `./configure --program-prefix=g` since buildconf scripts will look for
`glibtoolize` on the Mac (/usr/bin/libtool is a NeXT holdover and does different things).
 

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