[Domterm-discuss] Installing on Macos possible?

hak hak at hakdir.com
Wed Jun 27 06:43:57 PDT 2018

—chrome: works but some lines are vibrating in this scenario:
vim configure
moving cursor fast downward or upward

—firefox: does not open a new tab, but a new instance (which result in error if already open), looses connection after a few key hits in folloing scenario:
vim configure
moving cursor 

—electron: doesnt open: 
err.png in attachements

note: each time I had to delete ~/.domterm 

> On 27 Jun 2018, at 00:00, Per Bothner <per at bothner.com> wrote:
> On 06/26/2018 02:46 PM, hak wrote:
>> 1.) this runs … niice
> Could you also try:
>  lws-term/ldomterm --firefox    (if you have firefox installed)
>  lws-term/ldomterm --chrome     (if you have Chrome installed)
>  lws-term/ldomterm --chrome-app (again, if you have Chrome)
>  lws-term/ldomterm --electron   (if 'electron' is in your path or in
>     a standard location(
> There is some Mac-specific support for finding at least Fixfox in default locations,
> so hopefully that should work.
> The nicest is the --electron version, but --chrome-app is very close.
> The --qt (qtwebengin) version is also nice, but requires extra Qt libraries,
> which I don't know if HomeBrew offers.
> (These is a menu positioning bug affecting --chrome-app I'm currently working on.)
>> 2.) I guess you mean lws-term/Makefile?
> Try:
>   make bin/domterm
> and/or:
>  cd lws-term && make ../bin/domterm
> Assuming this is what causes install-sh to run, I'd like to figure out why.
> -- 
> 	--Per Bothner
> per at bothner.com   http://per.bothner.com/

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