Archive for os-x

Making .bashrc modular (and awesome)

Posted in How To, Platforms with tags , , on 2012/01/26 by Adam Griffiths

.bashrc files quickly get complex.

Putting them into revision control is handy for persistance, but not always the best for sharing when not everyone has the same environment.

So lets fix that! Continue reading

Installing Python with pythonbrew on Mac OS-X

Posted in How To, Programming with tags , , on 2012/01/16 by Adam Griffiths

Virtualenv, virtualenvwrapper and pythonbrew are fantastic tools for developing with Python.

Using Pythonbrew to install Python on OS-X triggers some failures which prevent it being installed.

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Shock goes Open Source

Posted in Development, Shock, Twisted Pair with tags , , , , , , on 2011/12/04 by Adam Griffiths

Today marks a historic day for Twisted Pair, as we release the full source code to the Shock C++ Cross-Platform library.

The project files and Socket module are currently missing.

When I get time, I’ll take a day to create the project files for MSVC, Eclipse and XCode.

Look out for PyGLy, our Python graphics library, on GitHub soon.

Installing OS-X Snow Leopard in VirtualBox 4.1.8

Posted in Platforms with tags , on 2010/11/27 by Adam Griffiths

Installing OS-X Snow Leopard is reasonably trivial once you have the right guide. There is a lot of mis-information out there regarding the installation process and it’s taken me a long time to find one that works. I used this one and it works perfectly.

The latest versions of VirtualBox have good EFi support and no longer need Hackintosh or bootloader hacks to get OS X installed.

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