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Can I use teacup to update my ActiveTcl on OSX or do I need to wait
for the new .dmg file to be released?

Robert

On Jun 1, 5:53 pm, Robert Hicks <sigz@gmail.com> wrote:

> Can I use teacup to update my ActiveTcl on OSX or do I need to wait
> for the new .dmg file to be released?

I am still struggling to figure out how to work with teacup to get
some things installed. With the latest teacup version, packages seem
to install pretty well. I don't know if installs via profiles are
working yet, and I know that applications require one to fiddle a bit
to get into place (teacup will retrieve the applications, but you then
have to find the retrieved file, and then copy it into place by hand,
apparently.

When I run
 teacup list

I see macosx-universal listed as a binary type in the repository. So
the package should work on your system.

I don't, however, know what the relationship between the .dmg file
format and whatever format teacup is using.

Robert Hicks wrote:
> Can I use teacup to update my ActiveTcl on OSX or do I need to wait
> for the new .dmg file to be released?

Theoretically, yes.  As Larry noted, there may be some hiccups.  teacup
is still in its infancy in terms of public availability.  As it
stabilizes, it should prove a strong alternative to full ActiveTcl updates.

Jeff

On Jun 5, 12:18 am, Jeff Hobbs <j@activestate.com> wrote:

> Robert Hicks wrote:
> > Can I use teacup to update my ActiveTcl on OSX or do I need to wait
> > for the new .dmg file to be released?

> Theoretically, yes.  As Larry noted, there may be some hiccups.  teacup
> is still in its infancy in terms of public availability.  As it
> stabilizes, it should prove a strong alternative to full ActiveTcl updates.

> Jeff

Very nice...

Robert

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