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Using MacPorts (The new DarwinPorts)

Install dependencies

sudo port install -c libpng jpeg libsdl libsdl_mixer libsdl_ttf libsdl_net lua ode

(for me I had to run this instead)

sudo /opt/local/bin/port install -c libpng jpeg libsdl libsdl_mixer libsdl_ttf lua ode libsdl_net gettext

Building

FLAGS

export CPPFLAGS="-I/opt/local/include -I/usr/X11R6/include"
export LDFLAGS="-framework OpenGL -framework Cocoa -L/opt/local/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lstdc++ -lSDLmain -lSDL -lSDL_mixer -lpng"

(i also had to export the following)

export SDL_CONFIG="/opt/local/bin/sdl-config"

Configure (defining the path to install, ex.: /usr/local/xmoto) and Compile

./configure --prefix=/path_to_install
make

Install

make install

Test

cd /path_to_install/bin
./xmoto

Building XMoto using Fink

Install dependencies needed

sudo apt-get -y install bzip2
sudo apt-get -y install libjpeg
sudo apt-get -y install libpng3
sudo apt-get -y install sdl
sudo apt-get -y install sdl-mixer
sudo fink -y install lua

The stable version of Fink don't have a ode port, so we have to build it:

Download the source and extract:

curl http://sourceforge.net/projects/opende/files/ODE/0.8/ode-src-0.8.zip/download -O
unzip ode-src-0.8.zip

Let's build it (install on tmp so it doesn't change nothing on system)

cd ode-0.8
./configure prefix=/tmp/libs
make && make install

Anatomy of a Mac OSX Application

X-Moto.app
	Contents
		Frameworks - it will store libraries needed to run
		MacOS - it will store the binary
		Resources - it will store the data needed to run xmoto
			appIcon.icns - application icon
		Info.plist

When we perform a double-click, we are calling the binary from the directory, so our data will be on X-Moto.app/Contents/Resources

Building

This is a single line command, but aligned for better readability

./configure
CPPFLAGS="-I/sw/include -I/tmp/libs/include" 
LDFLAGS="-L/sw/lib -L/tmp/libs/lib"
--with-gamedatadir=X-Moto.app/Contents/Resources
--with-apple-opengl-framework
--with-enable-www=1
--disable-nls

Compiling the cvs version using fink

This section applies to Mac OS X 10.4.8 on an iBook G4. You should know the basic commands of the shell (Terminal.app).

Prerequisites

The dependencies are as usual, so look in "Build from cvs" for what packages you need to install first. Of course, you don't need to install g++ from fink, neither OpenGL (as Apple provides an OpenGL framework).

To find all the packages in fink, you will probably need to enable the unstable tree; see the Fink FAQ on how to do this (or give FinkCommander a try, where it is only a mouse click). You should install the packages named "libgettext3-dev", "libgettext3-shlibs" and "gettext" as well (maybe some combination of these solves the src/Makefile-problem mentioned below, I'll have to check that).

Getting the cvs version

Next, get the cvs version of X-Moto. If that's your first access to that version, you need to do a full checkout:

cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@xmoto.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/xmoto login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@xmoto.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/xmoto co -P xmoto

If you're asked for a password, simply hit return.

If you already have got an older cvs version of X-Moto lying on your hard disc, you can simply go into the directory and type

cvs update

Configure

cd into the directory "xmoto" and configure it:

sh ./bootstrap
./configure --prefix=/Users/foo/bar --with-apple-opengl-framework --with-enable-www=1 --with-enable-zoom=1 CPPFLAGS="-I/sw/include" LDFLAGS="-L/sw/lib"

where --prefix= is optional and can be omitted if you are sure you want to install xmoto into the root directory. I would suggest using a prefix such as /Users/your_username/xmoto/ in order to be able to remove the whole xmoto tree with one command and to not interfere with Mac OS X files and directories.

The next step is needed on my iBook G4 running Mac OS X 10.4, but maybe it works for you without it. If it does, please append the output of "fink list -i gettext" and "uname -p" to this section.

Hack a Makefile to work around a gettext-related bug

Apparently there is a problem that the configure-script doesn't quite recognize how to link correctly with libgettext, although it claims it does. So, what you have to do is: Open src/Makefile in your favorite text editor, find the line that says

LIBS = -lcurl -lode -llualib -llua -lSDL_mixer -lbz2 -lpng -ljpeg -lz

and append ${LIBINTL} so the updated line looks like

LIBS = -lcurl -lode -llualib -llua -lSDL_mixer -lbz2 -lpng -ljpeg -lz ${LIBINTL}

Save the file.

Make and install

This step is the same as in the MacPorts/Compilation part:

make && make install

This should work flawlessly now. If you get a linker error ("ld error") saying something about "intl" oder "gettext", you probably skipped the src/Makefile editing step.

After this command has finished (it may take some time), you should have a working cvs-version of X-Moto installed and should be able to start it from the shell with <prefix>/bin/xmoto.

Script model to build universal builds

#!/bin/bash

#
# Script that helps to build universal binary programs
#

# pass the directory where the source is
if  $# -eq 0 ; then echo "missing directory"; exit 1; else cd $1; fi

NCPU=`sysctl -n hw.ncpu`
BUILD_PATH="/tmp/build"
GENERIC_FLAGS="-Os -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer -ffast-math"
CONFIGURE_GENERIC="--prefix=${BUILD_PATH} --enable-cross-compile"
LDFLAGS_GENERIC=""

CONFIGURE_PPC="--build=`uname -p`-apple-darwin --host=powerpc-apple-darwin"
FLAGS_PPC="-mcpu=powerpc ${GENERIC_FLAGS}"
CC_PPC="gcc-4.0 -arch ppc"
CXX_PPC="g++-4.0 -arch ppc"
CPPFLAGS_PPC=""
LDFLAGS_PPC="${LDFLAGS_GENERIC} -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.4u.sdk -Wl,-syslibroot,/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.4u.sdk -arch ppc"

CONFIGURE_X86="--build=`uname -p`-apple-darwin --host=i386-apple-darwin"
FLAGS_X86="-march=pentium-m -mtune=pentium-m -mfpmath=sse ${GENERIC_FLAGS}"
CC_X86="gcc-4.0 -arch i386"
CXX_X86="g++-4.0 -arch i386"
CPPFLAGS_X86=""
LDFLAGS_X86="${LDFLAGS_GENERIC} -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.4u.sdk -Wl,-syslibroot,/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.4u.sdk -arch i386"

#### PPC BUILD ####
echo "./configure ppc"
ctest=`./configure $CONFIGURE_GENERIC $CONFIGURE_PPC CC="${CC_PPC}" CXX="${CXX_PPC}" CFLAGS="${FLAGS_PPC}" LDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS_PPC}" 1>/dev/null; echo $?`
if  $ctest -ne 0 ; then
	echo "./configure failed"
	exit 1
fi

echo "Compilation started"
ctest=`make -j$NCPU &>compilation.log; echo $?`

if  $ctest -ne 0 ; then
	echo "An error happen, see compilation.log"
	exit 1
fi

make install
mv -f ${BUILD_PATH} ${BUILD_PATH}.ppc

make clean

#### INTEL BUILD ####
echo "./configure x86"
ctest=`./configure $CONFIGURE_GENERIC $CONFIGURE_X86 CC="${CC_X86}" CXX="${CXX_X86}" CFLAGS="${FLAGS_X86}" LDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS_X86}" 1>/dev/null; echo $?`
if  $ctest -ne 0 ; then
	echo "./configure failed"
	exit 1
fi

echo "Compilation started"
ctest=`make -j$NCPU &>compilation.log; echo $?`

if  $ctest -ne 0 ; then
	echo "An error happen, see compilation.log"
	exit 1
fi

make install
mv -f ${BUILD_PATH} ${BUILD_PATH}.x86

Vasi's Mac packaging

The linked article has documentation on my build process for X-Moto, which deals properly with SDKs and such.


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