Distributing apps built with mac port gcc

Mike Krus mike.krus at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 01:06:23 PDT 2012

that worked wonders, thanks for the info! 


On Saturday, 4 August 2012 at 19:47, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Aug 4, 2012, at 13:32, Mike Krus <mike.krus at gmail.com (mailto:mike.krus at gmail.com)> wrote:
> > I suppose I need to copy the gcc/g++ libs into the bundle and do the install_name_tool dance, but is that the way to do it? Is there a tool that will do that for me?
> $ port info dylibbundler
> dylibbundler @0.4.1, Revision 1 (devel)
> Variants: universal
> Description: dylibbundler is a small command-line programs that aims to make
> bundling .dylibs as easy as possible. It automatically determines
> which dylibs are needed by your program, copies these libraries
> inside the app bundle, and fixes both them and the executable to
> be ready for distribution, all this with a single command. It will
> also work if your program uses plug-ins that have dependencies
> too.
> Homepage: http://macdylibbundler.sourceforge.net/
> Extract Dependencies: unzip
> Platforms: darwin
> License: GPL-2+
> Maintainers: rudloff at strasweb.fr (http://web.fr), openmaintainer at macports.org (mailto:openmaintainer at macports.org)

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