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= Compiling on Mac OS X =
 
= Compiling on Mac OS X =
  
Currently only command-line building is supported; there is no up-to-date Project Builder or Xcode project file.  Compile just as you would a Unix program (see above).  After building "audacity", an additional step is performed, that creates "Audacity.app".  Make sure that you run "Audacity.app" and not "audacity", otherwise it won't work.  Note that in the "mac" directory there is a patch file for wxMac-2.4.0 - it's recommended that you apply this patch first.  This enables support for custom cursors, allows disabling anti-aliased text (for speed), and fixes a couple of bugs.
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Currently only command-line building is supported; there is no up-to-date Project Builder or Xcode project file.  Compile just as you would a Unix program (see [[Developing On Linux|here]]).  After building "audacity", an additional step is performed, that creates "Audacity.app".  Make sure that you run "Audacity.app" and not "audacity", otherwise it won't work.  Note that in the "mac" directory there is a patch file for wxMac-2.4.0 - it's recommended that you apply this patch first.  This enables support for custom cursors, allows disabling anti-aliased text (for speed), and fixes a couple of bugs.

Revision as of 06:13, 31 August 2007

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Compiling on Mac OS X

Currently only command-line building is supported; there is no up-to-date Project Builder or Xcode project file. Compile just as you would a Unix program (see here). After building "audacity", an additional step is performed, that creates "Audacity.app". Make sure that you run "Audacity.app" and not "audacity", otherwise it won't work. Note that in the "mac" directory there is a patch file for wxMac-2.4.0 - it's recommended that you apply this patch first. This enables support for custom cursors, allows disabling anti-aliased text (for speed), and fixes a couple of bugs.