[mythtv] OSX backend: now what?

Geoffrey Kruse gkruse at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 14:29:14 EST 2005

On Dec 14, 2005, at 9:38 AM, David Abrahams wrote:

> David Abrahams <dave at boost-consulting.com> writes:
>> David Abrahams <dave at boost-consulting.com> writes:
>>> My next shot-in-the-dark guess is to install ccache, but that caused
>>> such a time suck the last time I did it that I'm reticent.
>>> Furthermore, distcc only worked on the other machine when ccache
>>> /wasn't/ installed.  Any clues?
>> Against my better judgement, I installed ccache (but not
>> ccache-default, this time).  It worked!  whew.  I hope when this is
>> all over we can capture the knowledge I've gained in some document
>> (or, better yet, the script).
> So I was expecting some build errors when the backend failed to
> compile against the firewire support library, but no such luck (?)
> Perhaps the configure script detected lack of firewire support and
> just didn't include that component?
> I ended up with a mythtvbackend.app, which I suppose needs to be
> assembled into a "Framework" the way the front end is?
> Being mostly a non-Perl-er and having not done any Mac development
> since OS9, I was hoping someone could help me with automation.

Replace all occurances in the script of mythfrontend  and  
MythFrontend.app with mythbackend and MythBackend.app, and you will  
get a bundled backend.

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