You have to see the development section in the Gretl website.
Usually we get the CVS file tree and use Linux and GNU C compiler
commands to make Gretl. Inside MacOS X you should set up the
environment to compile just like in Linux.
From Wikipedia we see that XCode is GNU aware:
The Xcode suite
includes a modified version of the GNU Compiler
Collection as well as, in Xcode 3.1 and later, the llvm-gcc compiler,
with front ends from the GNU Compiler Collection and a code generator
based on LLVM,, and, in Xcode 3.2 and later, Apple's LLVM Compiler,
with the clang front end and a code generator based on LLVM, and the
Clang Static Analyzer....
So, you need to download the CVS file tree, or at least the required
files for libgretl (compiled for MacOS X).
(I don't have access to a Mac)
On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 4:48 AM, Sanzad Siddique <pavelkushtia(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I want to start using the libgretl library using Xcode. I have the GRETL
application installed and running on my mac. I could not find the gretl
"include" directory anywhere in GRETL directory tree, I cannot figure out
from where I should start, what else I need to download and install? Can
anyone help me in this regards?
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