Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of MacSingleStepInstaller


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Aug 10, 2016 5:00:23 PM (5 years ago)
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    11== Installing GSAS-II with a Single-Step Download ==
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    3 A new approach for downloading and installing GSAS-II, along with required prerequisites has been developed using tools from Continuum Analytics, Inc. and their Anaconda free product. Downloading [https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/trac/pyGSAS/browser/install/g2conda-Mac.sh?format=txt this file] (180 Mb) provides, Python, a number of Python packages, and subversion, which is used to install and update GSAS-II. This installation has only gotten limited testing, so please report problems, unclear instructions or success to [mailto:toby@anl.gov Brian Toby]. Note that a much more detailed version of these instructions, with lots of screen images, [MacSingleStepInstallerFigs is found here.]
     3A new approach for downloading and installing GSAS-II, along with required prerequisites has been developed using tools from Continuum Analytics, Inc. and their Anaconda free product. Downloading
     4[https://anl.box.com/v/GSASII4mac this file]
     5(~220 Mb) provides, Python, a number of Python packages, and subversion, which is used to install and update GSAS-II. This is a new installation process, so please report problems, unclear instructions to [mailto:toby@anl.gov Brian Toby] (notes about success are also appreciated). Note that a much more detailed version of these instructions, with lots of screen images, [MacSingleStepInstallerFigs is found here.]
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    57=== Step 1: ===
    6 Download file ```g2conda-Mac.sh``` from this URL https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/trac/pyGSAS/browser/install/g2conda-Mac.sh?format=txt
     8Download file ```g2conda-0.1.1-MacOSX-x86_64.sh``` from this URL https://anl.box.com/v/GSASII4mac
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    810=== Step 2: ===
    911
    1012Execute this file.
    11 This should be done by typing the command "```bash <path>/g2conda-Mac.sh```" in a terminal window. One easy way to to this is to open a terminal (!Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app) type "```bash ```" (leaving a space), then use finder to drag the downloaded file to the terminal window. Then press Enter to run the command.
     13This should be done by typing the command
     14   ```bash <path>/g2conda-0.1.1-MacOSX-x86_64.sh```
     15in a terminal window. One easy way to to this is to open a terminal (!Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app) type "```bash ```" (leaving a space), then use finder to drag the downloaded file to the terminal window. Then press Enter to run the command.
    1216 ([wiki:MacSingleStepInstallerFigs#Step2: click here to see screen images].)
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    5963== In case of problems ==
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    61 If you are able to download the ```g2conda-Mac.sh``` file, but have a problem installing it, you may not be executing the command properly. Please make sure you are typing ```bash``` correctly and leaving a space between that and the file name, also be sure you are allowed to write files to the location you choose for installation.
     65If you are able to download the ```g2conda-0.1.1-MacOSX-x86_64.sh``` file, but have a problem installing it, you may not be executing the command properly. Please make sure you are typing ```bash``` correctly and leaving a space between that and the file name, also be sure you are allowed to write files to the location you choose for installation.
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    6367If you are able to install the Python files, but the downloading of GSAS-II fails ([#Step4: Step 4]), you may need to specify a proxy; contact a computer/network support person for your institution. While it may be simpler to delete the directory where you have installed the files (typically ```.../g2conda```) and resume from Step 2, it is also possible to rerun the bootstrap.py file using a command such as