[osg-users] Recommended version?

Eric Sokolowsky esok.osg at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 06:22:43 PDT 2008


Frank,

One more thing: if you have not done so already, you should read the
README.txt file in the base of the distribution of OSG 2.6.0 (or later). It
contains some important information about OSX (in the bottom part of the
file) that might help you.

-Eric

On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 8:51 AM, Eric Sokolowsky <esok.osg at gmail.com> wrote:

> Frank.vanMeurs at cs.uu.nl wrote:
>
>> Hi everybody,
>>
>> Although I would have loved it to be otherwise, all of my attempts at
>> installing/building OSG on my MacBook Pro (10.5.latest) have failed. So, I
>> have had to resort to arranging a windows machine on which I hope to be
>> able to get things working. However, to circumvent any problems arising
>> from minor bugs possibly left in the code, I would really like to know
>> which OSG version is the recommended one. I'm seeing quite a few tags
>> amongst the sources, but which one is 'the right one'? 2.6.0, 2.7.0 or
>> perhaps 2.7.2?
>>
>>
> Frank,
>
> I spent a lot of effort in getting OSG working well on OSX, so I am
> concerned that you are having so many problems. I recommend that you start
> with 2.6.0. Can you be more specific in how you are trying to build, and
> what error messages you are getting? Do any of the examples compile and/or
> run? There are issues in double-clicking example programs that require
> command-line arguments, but some do not and they at least should run. All
> the examples should run from the command line. The osgviewerCocoa example
> should run either on the command line or by double-clicking.
>
> Please post some more detail and I will try to help.
>
> -Eric
>
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