Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of InstallOSX


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Dec 4, 2013 8:24:21 PM (7 years ago)
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    3232 * Download file the bootstrap.py file using https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/trac/EXPGUI/browser/gsas/linux/dist/bootstrap.py?format=txt. Move that file into an empty folder where GSAS will be installed.
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     34 * Run the bootstrap.py file in python. This works for me by simply clicking on the file in a finder window. If that does not work, open a terminal window, and then type {{{python}}} followed by a space. Then drag the bootstrap.py file from the finder window into the terminal window. This will give you a command line like this:
     35        {{{python /.../bootstrap.py}}}
     36 where {{{/.../}}} is the full path where you installed these files; press Enter to run the command. (Alternately you can cd to this location and type {{{python bootstrap.py}}} without the path). Note that this script can safely be rerun if a problem occurs in the download. In fact, whenever it is run, it will check the files on your computer against those on the repository and will download any updates. Depending on what software you have installed, you may be able to click on bootstrap.py to launch it in a terminal window.
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     38 * Recommended: drag the expgui (expgui.app) AppleScript to the dock. (If using 10.4 on a Intel machine, you will likely have better luck with the expgui10.4 script. Rename this to expgui. On the PPC distribution, the 10.4 version is already the default version.) These scripts were updated on April 15, 2010. If you have older versions, you are recommended to replace them with versions from the above file. EXPGUI is started by clicking on the this expgui app, or by dragging .EXP files or directories onto the expgui app. On occasion, nothing happens when I click on the icon. Closing or restarting X11 seems to fix this problem.
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     40Alternate approach for download:
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    3442   * If you are running an older version of OS X (10.6 or earlier) you may want to use these files instead:
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    4351   * Click on the gsas folder in the location where you have copied it. You should see three files: bootstrap.py (the installation script); expgui (an AppleScript for running EXPGUI, OS X 10.5 & 10.6); expgui10.4 (an AppleScript for running EXPGUI, OS X 10.4)
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    45  * Run the bootstrap.py file in python. This works for me by simply clicking on the file in a finder window. If that does not work, open a terminal window, and then type {{{python}}} followed by a space. Then drag the bootstrap.py file from the finder window into the terminal window. This will give you a command line like this:
    46         {{{python /.../bootstrap.py}}}
    47  where {{{/.../}}} is the full path where you installed these files; press Enter to run the command. (Alternately you can cd to this location and type {{{python bootstrap.py}}} without the path). Note that this script can safely be rerun if a problem occurs in the download. In fact, whenever it is run, it will check the files on your computer against those on the repository and will download any updates. Depending on what software you have installed, you may be able to click on bootstrap.py to launch it in a terminal window.
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    49  * Recommended: drag the expgui (expgui.app) AppleScript to the dock. (If using 10.4 on a Intel machine, you will likely have better luck with the expgui10.4 script. Rename this to expgui. On the PPC distribution, the 10.4 version is already the default version.) These scripts were updated on April 15, 2010. If you have older versions, you are recommended to replace them with versions from the above file. EXPGUI is started by clicking on the this expgui app, or by dragging .EXP files or directories onto the expgui app. On occasion, nothing happens when I click on the icon. Closing or restarting X11 seems to fix this problem.
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