Open MSX 0.9.1 with Mac OSX 10.8.4

Door Jasfss

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08-08-2013, 22:02

Hi all,
This is the first time that I've tried going about anything like this. I've got a working installation of Xcode and Fink going and I attempted to install MSX 0.9.1 doing a ./configure. Unfortunately, the message I get back in Terminal is that the SDK it's looking for does not exist. Is there anything additional that I need to install to get it to work or is it looking for an old SDK that's not in use anymore?

(after running ./configure)

  • Using Python: python
  • build/platform-darwin.mk:44: *** No Mac OS X SDK found. Stop.

Thanks for any help!

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Van Manuel

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10-08-2013, 10:14

Do you just want to run it, or do you need to compile it?
In the former case, you can simply install with the dmk file from the web site. In the latter case you need help from a Macxpert like mth. (I already pointed him to this thread now.)

Van FiXato

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10-08-2013, 13:31

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Mac OS X
Install Xcode from Apple, which you can find in the Mac App Store. Start Xcode and from the menu select Xcode > Preferences... > Downloads and install the "Command Line Tools" component. The openMSX build is not done inside the Xcode IDE, but it uses the SDK and command line tools that are provided by Xcode.

http://openmsx.sourceforge.net/manual/compile.html#tools

Van Jasfss

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13-08-2013, 08:12

FiXato wrote:
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Mac OS X
Install Xcode from Apple, which you can find in the Mac App Store. Start Xcode and from the menu select Xcode > Preferences... > Downloads and install the "Command Line Tools" component. The openMSX build is not done inside the Xcode IDE, but it uses the SDK and command line tools that are provided by Xcode.

http://openmsx.sourceforge.net/manual/compile.html#tools

As stated, I already have Xcode and the SDK tools installed but openmsx is not recognizing the SDK. I don't know how to rectify the situation

Van FiXato

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13-08-2013, 13:52

Check the SDK_PATH around line 39/40 of build/platform-darwin.mk and check if the SDK is located there. If it isn't, try locating the SDK you have installed (actually, which Xcode and SDK do you have installed?) and changing the SDK_PATH to match its path.

Van FiXato

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24-10-2013, 17:32

Feel free to try out the latest build by mth: http://openmsx.fixato.net/builds/mac/x86_64/openmsx-0.9.1-61...