Although we will only be using the command-line compilers and tools, make sure to start Xcode once and allow it to install the Command Line Tools. A number of command-line tools are required to build Micro-Manager. The easiest way to obtain them is to use Homebrew :. It is easiest to install it using Homebrew:.
JDK 7 from Oracle is easiest to set up but is bit only. Micro-Manager Java source code is written in Java 6. I previously got this to run on dual core imac without water renders and never had these types of library issues. But so far, every new version of Mac OS has broken a few things here and there. These warnings are OK to be ignored, but I will look into the source code to get rid of them.
Would you please post the complete output from the compiler for the source file where these warnings occur, including line numbers? Without that, I will have a hard time tracking them down. In cases like this, where you know exactly where a certain library is installed, you can set up the package file entry like this:. Thank you again for all the time and effort that went into the project.
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This is an update that we went a different route to get a better result. Did i forget to install something? So if anyone could give me a hint on it MBP Nov 21 am. Hi, thanks a lot for all your hard work on jit. I'm very happy to see that you've made a mac port, so I can replace the sometimes buggy and crashy Synapse.
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However, I have a small problem getting it working Installed the official openni-bin-dev-macosx-v1. Any idea what may be causing it?
Nov 22 am. Hey guys. That will vet both OpenNI and the Nite libraries. It can be tricky to get a good install of all the items especially the MacPorts stuff.
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If the NIUserTracker works correctly launched out of the terminal, you should be good to go with jit. I've run it in Max 5. One thing I've noticed on my own machines is that it can take up to 20 seconds for the XML file to load in correctly and get it up and running.
The funny thing is it used to initialize in seconds, on that same machine. I don't believe it's a problem with jit.
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When I gut out my full OpenNI install and do a clean one, it loads in seconds again. I'm going to try and nail down what is happening there, but it's not in jit. I guess my point of telling that story is if you get a spinning beachball, wait a minute or two and see if it eventually comes online. Nov 25 pm. Thanks for your reply diablodale.
After upgrading to Not sure exactly why, but happy nonetheless. Nov 26 pm. Hello, Kx you're a lucky guy!!! ControlFreak Thanks for helping us but what does it mean run a precomplied binaries in terminal???