Since Automake 1.10, aclocal offers the option -install to copy these system-wide third-party macros in your local macro directory, helping to solve the above problem. With this setup, system-wide macros will be copied to m4/ the first time you run aclocal.
About the App
- App name: gedit
- App description: gedit (App: gedit.app)
- App website: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gedit
Install the App
Command+Spaceand type Terminal and press enter/return key.
- Run in Terminal app:
ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)' < /dev/null 2> /dev/null ; brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask 2> /dev/null
and press enter/return key.
If the screen prompts you to enter a password, please enter your Mac's user password to continue. When you type the password, it won't be displayed on screen, but the system would accept it. So just type your password and press ENTER/RETURN key. Then wait for the command to finish.
brew cask install gedit
Done! You can now use gedit.
Similar Software for Mac
Install mono MDK
NOTE: no x64 package is available (unless you want to install from source), so I installed the x86 version
Install mono MDK from:
I used 3.10.0, which corresponds to .NET 4.5
Install mono develop
I'm honestly suprised at how good an IDE this is compared with Visual Studio:http://www.monodevelop.com/download/
Ensure you have XCode and the command line build tools installedhttp://osxdaily.com/2014/02/12/install-command-line-tools-mac-os-x/
NOTE: You have to install and build from source; no package is available for OSX, it is not included in mono MDK for OSX
FireFox. Depending on your browser settings, the file may download without showing you this dialog box. Download the Citrix Receiver client for Mac, available from the; and click Download. Note: this will take you to Citrix's website to download the latest installer. When prompted, choose to Save the installer.
- Get the latest version from:
Kyocera km 2550. I used http://download.mono-project.com/sources/mod_mono/mod_mono-3.8.tar.gz
- Extract the tarball
- Run this script to set up a build environment:
(or you can save it as mono_build.sh and run this:)
- Then build:
If you get an error message about Apache being too old, its probably because some directories got wiped out when you last upgraded Mac OSX. To fix, re-install the xcode command line tools:
- This is a raw ASP.NET server that mod_mono will call to host the application.
- Install and build xsp from source (also no binary package available for OSX)
- Get source from https://github.com/mono/xsp
- Run the same environment script from above, for mod_mono
Note: If you get the error message 'No package 'mono' found', its probably because you didn't run the environment setup script
More detailed instructions are available:https://github.com/mono/xsp/blob/master/INSTALL
On OSX, httpd.conf is usually in /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf
- Add this line near the end of httpd.conf:
- Create /private/etc/apache2/mod_mono.conf
This is for mono specific configuration
sudo apachectl configtestto verify the configuration is correct
- Verify Apache is enabled in OSX
- To cause Apache to reload after configuration changes, run
sudo apachectl restart
Build your application
- Put the application in the path you specified in mod_mono.conf (The bin dir should be in that directory)
- Use mono develop to create an ASP.NET MVC 5 application
- Build it
Run the site