GBrowse on Mac OS X

Description

These scripts simplify the installation of GBrowse on Mac OS X.

Prerequisites:

  1. The CPANPLUS module
  2. This module automates the installation of a variety of Perl modules.

  3. December 2002 (or greater) Developer Tools
  4.      http://www.apple.com/developer
  5. root access
  6. If you do not, you may still install GBrowse and its dependencies in non-standard paths. See the documentation below on ``Installing GBrowse in non-standard paths''.

    The Fink package manager is *not* required; instead, all packages are built from source.

Quick start:

  1. Build the libraries and dependencies of GBrowse
  2.    % make libraries
  3. Build GBrowse proper
  4.    % make gbrowse

Additional Information

See the full documentation for installing and using GBrowse on Mac OS X in

     docs/INSTALL.MacOSX.pod

For additional information and configuration options, try

    % perldoc scripts/build-libraries.pl 
    % perldoc scripts/build-gbrowse.pl
    
=head2 Versions and URLs

Due to inconsistent naming and distribution of dependencies, these scripts rely on a Perl package (BuildConfig.pm) that stores the versions and URLs of dependencies known to work with GBrowse. If you wish to use a newer version of a library, simply edit the BuildConfig.pm file (and drop me a line concerning your results).

Author

 Todd Harris (harris@cshl.org)
 Copyright @ 2003 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory