No application when installing gimp2

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at
Sat Feb 6 03:14:34 PST 2010

On Feb 6, 2010, at 04:59, Russe wrote:

> I'm new to macports and run into a problem when installing Gimp on my MacBook Pro 2.2 with OS X 10.5.8.
> First I installed macports itself and had no problems with.
> Because I don't like X11 I tried gimp2 with the variant no_x11 and quartz, therefore I used the command
> sudo port install gimp2 +no_x11 +quartz
> 5 or 6 hours later the installation has been finished but there was no gimp application at my macports folder.
> Because I changed network connection during installation I removed all the stuff again with command
> sudo port -f uninstall installed
> Next installation ended as well without the application at the macports folder :(
> Do I need to install gimp as well or should be gimp2 enough? Is there any other installation needed to get Gimp running without X11?

Welcome to MacPorts!

To install the gimp application, install the port gimp-app in addition to the gimp2 port.

To see what any port installs, use "port contents" (e.g. "port contents gimp2").

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