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Re: "Native" X on Mac OS X
On Tue, Jan 1, 2013 at 8:35 PM, Jan Danielsson
> I gave <subj> a quick shot (by installing XQuartz as recommended by
> Apple), and encountered two issues.
> pkgtools/x11-links tries to probe Xquartz by calling "Xquartz
> -version". However, that option does not generate any output in the
> version I use (XQuartz 2.7.4), so xorg-version.mk outputs a warning, and
> the version is never set.
> Next to the Xquartz binary is Xorg, which can be called with
> -version, and which then outputs:
I have exactly the same problem on my side. I'll tweak the
corresponding file after the freeze ends.
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work and conduct experiments, for he who performs not practical work
nor makes experiments will never attain the least degree of mastery.
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