Tests failing on OSX

Per Johansson pelle at morth.org
Thu Sep 22 05:04:21 CDT 2011

22 sep 2011 kl. 11:49 skrev Francois Gouget:

> On Wed, 21 Sep 2011, Charles Davis wrote:
> [...]
>>> I also wondered if Xquartz brings it's own X11 headers and libraries. I 
>>> haven't found any, so I'm still using /usr/X11/include and /usr/X11/bin.
>> Xquartz puts its include and lib files in /opt/X11/include and /opt/X11/lib, respectively.
> That does not sound right. I have installed XQuartz 2.6.1 on my Leopard 
> machine and I have no /opt/X11 directory. In fact I don't really know 
> where XQuartz installed itself. I suspect it overwrote the files in 
> /usr/X11.

The Leopard releases go into /usr/X11 (can't remember the exact reason). Starting with Snow Leopard they go into /opt/X11.

If you installed it using macports it probably goes into /opt/local. Try
sudo port contents xorg-server
in that case.

Pelle Johansson

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