installing Doorstop on macOS (for RTEMS use)
sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Thu Oct 31 06:21:28 UTC 2019
On 30/10/2019 21:39, Chris Johns wrote:
> On 31/10/19 12:24 am, Sebastian Huber wrote:
>> On 25/10/2019 01:18, Chris Johns wrote:
>>> On 24/10/19 9:52 pm, Andrew Butterfield wrote:
>>>> I got around to doing a doorstop install that does not rely on homebrew,
>>>> using the python.org <http://python.org> distribution for 3.8
>>>> Everything worked fine - python3 is installed in /Library just like the OS X
>>>> native python 2.7
>>>> Doorstop runs just fine too.
>>> Excellent and thanks for this. I think this or the other solution that was
>>> posted should work. This means I cannot see any blockers for Doorstop on our
>>> supported hosts.
>> Ok, great. Thanks for all the testing and other valuable input.
>> I think on macOS we have now five options:
>> 1. homebrew
>> 2. MacPorts
>> 3. python.org installer
>> 4. pyenv
>> 5. wait for Apple to ship a Python 3
>> We need a recommendation for the user manual.
> I suggest 3. because it is the simplest to do and it does not step on global paths.
> Can we assume Doorstop is only needed if developing or maintaining RTEMS?
You mean the user manual is not the right place to add Python 3.6+ to
the host computer requirements? We could add this to the RTEMS Software
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