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r3 - 20 Dec 2007 - 19:07:56 - RickMachYou are here: TWiki >  Documentation Web  > BuildingGPSTkUnderOSX
OSX support is currently in the alpha stage. The library and applications compile and appear to function correctly. Work is still being done for the build environment.

The build has been successfully tested using the following:

Xtools under Leopard (10.5)
GPSTk 1.5 or greater (currently only in subversion)

This first step is to install the OS X developer tools (Xcode Tools) that are found on the installation media or at http://connect.apple.com. Install doxygen if compiling the documentation and install subversion for direct access to the repository.

Building and Installing in OSX using Jam

The following procedure will build and install the GPSTk.
  1. Ensure that Xtools and jam have been installed.
  2. Download the GPSTk source distribution.
  3. Extract the GPSTk tarball. For example, using GNU tar
    tar xvzf gpstk.tar.gz
  4. Change into the gpstk/dev directory (if using Subversion) or the gpstk/ directory (if using the tarball)and type
    jam
  5. To build the source documentation using doxygen:
    doxygen 
  6. To install GPSTk as a system library in /usr/local, assume root privileges then execute
    jam install

Building and Installing in OSX using GNU make

The following procedure will build and install the GPSTk using recent, standard GNU build tools.
  1. Ensure that Xtools have been installed.
  2. Download the GPSTk distribution.
  3. Extract the GPSTk tarball. For example, using GNU tar
    tar xvzf gpstk.tar.gz
    or download the code from subversion as described on the download page.
  4. Change into the gpstk/dev directory (if using Subversion) or the gpstk/ directory (if using the tarball) and execute these commands:
    ./autogen.sh
    ./configure
    make
  5. To build the library documentation using doxygen:
    doxygen 
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