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Turnsole is a curses client for Heliotrope, the personal email server. Turnsole is still under development. As such, there is no gem yet. You will have to run it the hard way: 0. Install Heliotrope. See the README at http://github.com/wmorgan/heliotrope. 1. Start Heliotrope. 2. Run `git clone https://github.com/wmorgan/turnsole.git`. 3. Install the following gems: trollop console locale rmail rest-client mime-types curb lrucache json. 4.1 If you are on OS X Snowleopard OR Lion, also install the snowleopard-ncurses gem. 4.2 If you are on Linux, also install the ncursesw gem. Run turnsole like this: ruby -I lib -I <heliotrope repo>/lib bin/turnsole After the first invocation, you should edit ~/.turnsole/config.yaml to set any defaults. SPECIAL NOTES FOR OS X ---------------------- Certain versions of Ruby, on OS X, appear to exhibit bugs in Fibers, which turnsole uses extensively. - Ruby 1.8.7 works fine (Turnsole includes a Fiber backport). - Ruby 1.9.2-p280 fails. - Ruby 1.9.3-p0 works, but you cannot compile with llvm-gcc. Unfortunately, if you have XCode installed, this is the default. (See http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-core/40574 .) If you're using rvm to install, try this: CC=/usr/bin/gcc-4.2 rvm install ruby-1.9.3-p0 I managed to get that working. Comments? Questions? File issues on the github page; ask questions on the sup-devel mailing list: http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/sup-devel.