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More gtk-mac-bundler improvements

Without "-headerpad_max_install_names", gtk-mac-bundler would complain
with "changing install names or rpaths can't be redone for:
/Applications/.subsurface.app/Contents/MacOS/subsurface-bin (for
architecture x86_64) because larger updated load commands do not fit"

Also, libdivecomputer needs to be configured with --with-prefix=/opt/local

Signed-off-by: Henrik Brautaset Aronsen <subsurface@henrik.synth.no>
Signed-off-by: Dirk Hohndel <dirk@hohndel.org>
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1 parent 94c9886 commit 21dec2a13433f7b9518aec0059caae2780be0dde @henrik242 henrik242 committed with dirkhh Oct 7, 2012
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  1. +1 −0 Makefile
  2. +12 −7 packaging/macosx/README
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1 Makefile
@@ -104,6 +104,7 @@ else ifeq ($(UNAME), darwin)
MACOSXFILES = packaging/macosx
EXTRALIBS = $(shell $(PKGCONFIG) --libs gtk-mac-integration) -framework CoreFoundation
CFLAGS += $(shell $(PKGCONFIG) --cflags gtk-mac-integration)
+ LDFLAGS += -headerpad_max_install_names
else
OSSUPPORT = windows
OSSUPPORT_CFLAGS = $(GTK2CFLAGS)
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19 packaging/macosx/README
@@ -1,22 +1,27 @@
Creating a Subsurface bundle
+============================
install gtk-mac-bundler (this has been tested with version 0.7.0) and run
-gtk-mac-bundler subsurface.bundle
+ $ gtk-mac-bundler subsurface.bundle
This should install a self-contained Subsurface application under /Applications/Subsurface.app
You still need to manually build a DMG if you want to easily distribute this.
-One important caveat is that (at least with MacPorts) you need to build pango like this:
+Caveats
+-------
-sudo port install pango +builtin_modules +no_x11 +quartz
+* You need (at least with MacPorts) to build pango like this:
+
+ $ sudo port install pango +builtin_modules +no_x11 +quartz
Without the builtin modules the installed application fails to find the modules and doesn't render any text.
-Also, it seems that gtk-mac-bundler expects the charset.alias file to be
-in the ${prefix}/lib folder which it isn't with the current version of
-MacPorts. The following fixes that:
+* It seems that gtk-mac-bundler expects the charset.alias file to be
+ in the ${prefix}/lib folder which it isn't with the current version of
+ MacPorts. The following fixes that:
-sudo cp /usr/lib/charset.alias /opt/local/lib
+ $ sudo cp /usr/lib/charset.alias /opt/local/lib
+* libdivecomputer needs to be configured with --with-prefix=/opt/local

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