Reformatted the Mac README file for enhanced readability.

Sat, 12 Nov 2011 12:44:07 +0100

author
Detlev Offenbach <detlev@die-offenbachs.de>
date
Sat, 12 Nov 2011 12:44:07 +0100
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Reformatted the Mac README file for enhanced readability.

README-MacOSX.txt file | annotate | diff | comparison | revisions
--- a/README-MacOSX.txt	Tue Nov 08 18:53:58 2011 +0100
+++ b/README-MacOSX.txt	Sat Nov 12 12:44:07 2011 +0100
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 should be installed via a packaging system. The recommended one is MacPorts
 because of it's completeness. This is the way described below.
 
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 1. Install Xcode 3 (for Snow Leopard)
 ------------------
 The installation of various packages require the Xcode package that is
@@ -30,6 +31,7 @@
 After you have been logged in follow the download link for Xcode 3. After you
 downloaded the package install it as described above. 
 
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 1. Install Xcode 4 (for Lion)
 ------------------
 Open the Mac App Store and enter "xcode" into the search entry at the top
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 In contrast to the Xcode 3 procedure described above, the installer does not
 ask for a selection of sub-packages.
 
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 2. Install Python 3.2
 ---------------------
 Although Mac OS X comes with a python installation it is recommended to
@@ -55,6 +58,7 @@
 /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.2/Resources/English.lproj/Documentation/index.html
 /Applications/Python 3.2/Python Documentation.html
 
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 3. Install Qt4
 --------------
 Download the Qt4 package from
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 /Developer/Applications/Qt/translations
 
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 4. Install QScintilla2
 ----------------------
 Download the QScintilla2 source code package from
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 make
 sudo make install
 
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 5. Install sip
 --------------
 Download the sip source code package from
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 make
 sudo make install
 
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 6. Install PyQt4
 ----------------
 Download the PyQt4 source code package from
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 make -j
 sudo make install
 
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 7. Install QScintilla2 Python bindings
 --------------------------------------
 Change back to the extracted QScintilla2 directory and in there change to the
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 make -j
 sudo make install
 
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 8. Install MacPorts
 -------------------
 MacPorts is a packaging system for the Mac. I recommend to install it to use
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 http://guide.macports.org/#using.port
 
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 9. Install aspell and dictionaries
 -----------------------------------
 eric4 includes the capability to perform spell checking of certain parts of
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 sudo port install aspell-dict-de aspell-dict-en
 
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 10. Install hunspell and dictionaries
 -------------------------------------
 penchant depends on hunspell as well. Enter these commands to install it
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 sudo port install enchant
 
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 12. Install pyenchant
 ---------------------
 Get the penchant sources from
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 If you get an error (ImportError for the first command or no dictionaries
 are show for the second command) please recheck the installation checks.
 
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 13. Install pysvn
 -----------------
 Mac OS X already provides subversion. However, best performance for eric5 is
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 This should print the pysvn version as a tuple like '(1, 7, 5, 0)'. If you get
 an error please check your installation.
 
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 14. Install Mercurial
 ---------------------
 Get Mercurial from
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 Extract the downloaded package and install it.
 
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 15. Install eric5
 -----------------
 Get the latest eric5 distribution package from 
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 You may drag it to the dock to have it ready.
 
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 16. First start of eric5
 ------------------------
 When eric5 is started for the first time it will recognize that it hasn't been
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 and the paths to the various help pages on the Help Documentation page. The
 values to be entered are given above in the Python and Qt installation sections.
 
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 17. Install optional packages for eric5 (for plug-ins)
 ------------------------------------------------------
 eric5 provides an extension mechanism via plug-ins. Some of them require the
 installation of additional python packages. The plug-ins themselves are
 available via the Plugin Repository from within eric5.
 
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 17.1 Installation of pylint
 ---------------------------
 pylint is a tool to check Python sources for issues. In order to get it
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 relate to the tests included in the packages. Nevertheless, the installation
 will be fine.
 
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 17.2 Installation of cx_freeze
 ------------------------------
 cx_freeze is a tool that packages a Python application into executables. It is

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