Re: [Gtk-osx-users] newbie begs for assistance

ok, so I misunderstood the "prerequisite"

downloaded and installed developer tools, re ran the command and it  

aron-weinsteins-macbook-pro-2:~ aronweinstein$ sh
Checking out jhbuild (2.27.3) from git...
 From git://
  * tag               2.27.3     -> FETCH_HEAD
Installing jhbuild...
Installing jhbuild configuration...
Installing gtk-osx moduleset files...
PATH does not contain /Users/aronweinstein/.local/bin, it is  
recommended that you add that.


So, does that mean it worked, but I need to manually add a directory?   
when I try and name a .local directory it tells me I can't have the  
period in the directory name

On 11-Jul-09, at 12:36 PM, John Ralls wrote:

> On Jul 11, 2009, at 6:38 AM, Aron Weinstein wrote:
>> In the prerequisites it says "Developer Tools (XCode) 2.3 or newer;
>> 2.5 or 3.x is recommended. (Leopard comes with 3.0,"
>> Do I need to open X11 and run the commands from there? I have been
>> using the main terminal?
> No, the whole point is to avoid X11.
> XCode/Dev Tools is provided on the DVD for the OS, but isn't installed
> by default. Make and the compiler are provided by Dev Tools. You can
> either dig out your Leopard DVD and install XCode from there or you
> can go to
>  , create a free account, and download the latest XCode from there.
> Regards,
> John Ralls
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