Problem with OSX SDL 1.2.7-devel package

Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package. When I try to install it, the
process claims to succeed, but checking in my
~/Library/Frameworks directory, the SDL.framework
directory is created but there are no files inside (no
header files). (I noticed this because my old
installation still showed version 1.2.6 so I deleted
the whole directory and tried a fresh install.)

Thanks,
Eric

Those are located in the library of your home folder.On Mar 5, 2004, at 5:21 AM, Eric Wing wrote:

Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package. When I try to install it, the
process claims to succeed, but checking in my
~/Library/Frameworks directory, the SDL.framework
directory is created but there are no files inside (no
header files). (I noticed this because my old
installation still showed version 1.2.6 so I deleted
the whole directory and tried a fresh install.)

Thanks,
Eric


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Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package. When I try to install it, the
process claims to succeed, but checking in my
~/Library/Frameworks directory, the SDL.framework
directory is created but there are no files inside (no
header files). (I noticed this because my old
installation still showed version 1.2.6 so I deleted
the whole directory and tried a fresh install.)

Try the new installer on the website.

Thanks,
-Sam Lantinga, Software Engineer, Blizzard Entertainment

Those are located in the library of your home
folder.

I already said I looked there. (~ means home
directory). The files are not there. I also looked in
/Library/Framworks just in case. The headers are not
there either.> From: Ashiedu Nwadiei

On Mar 5, 2004, at 5:21 AM, Eric Wing wrote:

Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package. When I try to install it, the
process claims to succeed, but checking in my
~/Library/Frameworks directory, the SDL.framework
directory is created but there are no files inside
(no
header files). (I noticed this because my old
installation still showed version 1.2.6 so I
deleted
the whole directory and tried a fresh install.)

Thanks,
Eric

Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package.

Try the new installer on the website.

The link seems to be missing from the website now.> From: Sam Lantinga

Did you install both the runtime and developer packages? It’s always
worked for me.On Mar 6, 2004, at 5:17 PM, Eric Wing wrote:

From: Ashiedu Nwadiei <@Ashiedu_Nwadiei>
Those are located in the library of your home
folder.

I already said I looked there. (~ means home
directory). The files are not there. I also looked in
/Library/Framworks just in case. The headers are not
there either.

On Mar 5, 2004, at 5:21 AM, Eric Wing wrote:

Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package. When I try to install it, the
process claims to succeed, but checking in my
~/Library/Frameworks directory, the SDL.framework
directory is created but there are no files inside
(no
header files). (I noticed this because my old
installation still showed version 1.2.6 so I
deleted
the whole directory and tried a fresh install.)

Thanks,
Eric


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Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package.

Try the new installer on the website.

The link seems to be missing from the website now.

Yes, I pulled it until we can figure out what’s going on.

Thanks,
-Sam Lantinga, Software Engineer, Blizzard Entertainment> > From: Sam Lantinga

If this helps, the CpMac (or MacCp, I forget which) of the Framework
wasn’t working. So I commented the rm -f out, and manually copied the
files.

I thought it was a permissions thing on my mac, but maybe it’s more than
that.

Bill May

Sam Lantinga wrote:>>>From: Sam Lantinga

Hi, I think there is a problem with the OSX SDL
1.2.7-devel package.

Try the new installer on the website.

The link seems to be missing from the website now.

Yes, I pulled it until we can figure out what’s going on.

Thanks,
-Sam Lantinga, Software Engineer, Blizzard Entertainment


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