OpenJK -- WAS Re: Can brew and port be used on the same system?
ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com
Wed Jun 14 01:59:47 UTC 2017
I can confirm that this game builds and runs very nicely on macOS! Looks quite excellent on modern hardware.
One little hiccup the should be fixable with a bit of digging -- all the dylibs are names *86.dylib and need to be renamed *86_64.dylib (or symlinked to that, which is what I did. ). Some kind of "arch" naming thing that doesn't quite work perfectly during the build.
Maybe I can figure out how to rename them in the build file and make this Portfle acceptable for MacPorts -- but for now I just symlink them manually, and it works perfectly well.
On 2017-05-28, at 3:31 PM, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> OK Mike,
> If you care to try out a MacPorts build of OpenJK yourself, the Portfile is in reasonable working condition.
> I have not yet added in all the deps -- this builds through on my system. I have SDL1.2 and SDL2 installed, and lots of others. I'll figure that out on a VM I use for that.
> You might run into a missing dependency. Let me know.
> Also - I don't actually own this game, so I don't have the associated files to make it actually work at present.
> This site <https://jkhub.org/tutorials/article/178-installing-openjk-on-os-x/> seems to have sorted out where to put the files.
> I think they can go in ~/Library/Application Support/OpenJK/base
> but let me know.
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