How to uninstall Gimp? Or how to install it correctly?
nb at bitaxis.com
Wed Jul 4 07:31:09 UTC 2018
One option is to remove MacPorts completely from your machine via this page <https://guide.macports.org/chunked/installing.macports.uninstalling.html> and start over from here <https://guide.macports.org/chunked/installing.html>.
> On Jul 4, 2018, at 12:16 AM, Christoph Kukulies <kuku at kukulies.org> wrote:
> Initially I just wanted to download Gimp to my macOS (High Sierra 10.13.5) but got informed that there is no installer tool for macOS. On the page
> http://gimp.org/downloads <http://gimp.org/downloads> is a hint that one could use macports to install gimp, which I followed.
> A huge amount of dependencies got installed and it took several hours to install. Nearly every compile was accomanied by a warning saying that some compiler could not be found and another was take (IIRC). Was referring to some Xcode dependency not being there.
> After the install was finished, I first didn’t find any launchable Gimp Icon and I don’t know whether it was depending on some actions I did afterwards or if it was just the reboot, but suddenly there was a Gimp Icon in the launcher directory.
> But looking at the Applications with some tool (App Cleaner) I saw that this Gimp was only occupying 45KB.
> I then installed Xcode. Also did a sudo port uninstall gimp and the sudo port install gimp, to no avail.
> So either I would like to totally uninstall any traces of the macport install attempt of Gimp and wait until a binary installer would be available or
> do another try with Xcode installed now.
> There is /Applications/MacPorts/Gimp.app with a lot of stuff under it.
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