Macports updating database of binaries

Up to that point my primary and only target had been the ATMEGA mcu.

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Found 7 broken file(s), matching files to ports Error: Port openmodelica-devel is still broken after rebuilding it more than 3 times.

Error: Please run port -d -y rev-upgrade and use the output to report a bug.

Here’s everything you need to do, in the order you need to do it, using Mac Ports as your basis.

Please note this assumes that everything you need to do is in the most recent version of Python, which as of this date is Python 3.4. (Workaround in the offing.) Second, install Xcode command-line tools.

Specically: lib Modelica External C.0.dylib,libqjson.0.dylib and libcoinmumps.1.dylib So, for example, OMEdit tries to use this: /opt/local/var/macports/build/_opt_local_var_macports_sources_build.openmodelica.org_macports_lang_openmodelica-devel/openmodelica-devel/work/openmodelica_1.9.3~dev-475-gb6f222e/build/lib/x86_64-darwin14.3.0/omc/lib Modelica External C.0.dylib And, the binary should just use rpath, as it does for most libraries.

If I manually correct OMEdit and lib Open Modelica Compiler.dylib to the correct search paths, using install_name_tool, I can get OMEdit to run.

These are not used when compiling MIRIAD.) This support should be sufficient for you to attempt building the MIRIAD Mac Port with any compiler you want, but be prepared for a lot of frustration and wasted time unless you know exactly what you’re doing.

For a course on software for realtime and embedded systems I was invited to explore a PIC microcontroller.

If you are not able to install MIRIAD on a Mac successfully without the use of the Mac Port, you should probably not attempt to use a nonstandard compiler configuration.

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