.profile file possible corrupted?

Kevin Walzer kw at codebykevin.com
Mon Aug 1 20:06:31 PDT 2011

On 8/1/11 9:39 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> MacPorts is not a program that would appear in the Applications folder. It is a command ("port") that you run on the command line in the Terminal.
> Separately, there are GUI MacPorts interfaces that could appear in the Applications folder, if you would prefer to install ports using a graphical interface rather than the command line. One of these is Pallet, developed by the MacPorts project:
> https://trac.macports.org/wiki/MacPortsGUI
> Others are Port Authority (costs money):
> http://www.codebykevin.com/portauthority.html
> and Porticus:
> http://porticus.alittledrop.com/
> Porticus says it is not compatible with Lion or MacPorts 2.0.0 yet. I don't know about Port Authority.

PortAuthority works fine with 2.0.0 and Lion, according to all of my 
tests and user reports.

If a commercial program like PA isn't for you, Pallet has come a fair 
distance since its initial development, and now provides a nice, albeit 
basic, front end for MacPorts.

Kevin Walzer
Code by Kevin

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