Re: [hatari-devel] OSx problems

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The Tuxfamily error disappeared. The Hatari bundle compiles on OS X and Jerome’s changes are there. However, the help file is not included in the bundle. When I use the help menu, I get the default OS X Mavericks help. Looking in the bundle, the help files were not included.

Jerome also made some minor changes to paths.c to save the configuration files in ~/Library/Application Support/Hatari rather than .hatari. Since that is a standard file, could you show me how to create a patch file that you can either approve or reject?

Jerome - I noticed that hatari.nvram was still being saved in .hatari. To be consistent, I would think this file would need to be saved in Application Support as well.

Bob C

On Jun 1, 2014, at 6:13 AM, Thomas Huth <th.huth@xxxxxx> wrote:

> Am Sun, 01 Jun 2014 11:39:41 +0200
> schrieb Jerome Vernet <vernet.jerome@xxxxxxxxxx>:
>> On 01/06/14 11:25, Thomas Huth wrote:
>>> Oh, and one more question: Is it really necessary to keep the
>>> manual copied to English.lproj and French.lproj? Couldn't you
>>> somehow copy that from the docs folder to the application bundle
>>> instead? It's really ugly to have three versions of these files
>>> spread over the repository.... Thomas 
>> No, it's not necessary at all, it was an old thing. removed. The
>> XCode project copy inside bundled app these manual (localized), but I
>> do not know how I can do that whith Cmake.
> Ok, I tried to implement that in the CMake build system now. I also
> renamed "AideHatari" to HatariHelp... Could one of the Mac OS X users
> please test whether the Hatari bundle still compiles on OS X and
> whether the manual page is still accessible in the application?
> Thanks,
>  Thomas

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