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binaries for Mavericks

When will binaries of PyRosetta for Mavericks be available? I had Snow Leopard where recent upgrades in the GCC make the current PyRosetta binary for Snow Leopard inoperable. I upgraded to Mavericks and have a similar issue. My only recourse is to attempt to compile from source. Where are the instructions for doing so?

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Wed, 2014-02-05 15:12

I am also eagerly awaiting the answer to this question! According to the documentation on building PyRosetta from source, the binaries are supposed to be available on the Rosetta main Git repository, but I can't locate them. I'm hoping someone will answer this question and provide some insight. Edit: the same page says there is a script in the rosetta/tools directory that should do the trick, but alas that is not the case either.

Fri, 2014-04-11 14:39

Which version of the Rosetta source code are you working off of? It's not present in Rosetta3.5, but I just spot checked the 2013wk52 weekly release that I have, and the files mentioned in the linked instructions are present at rosetta/main/source/src/python/bindings/building.txt and rosetta/tools/PyRosetta.develop/

Sat, 2014-04-12 14:26

I found the latter previously, but thanks for pointing me towards the former - the instructions in that directory were exactly what I needed.

Wed, 2014-04-16 10:39

Use the binaries for lion/mountain lion. I use these and recently upgraded to mavericks as well - havn't had any problems.

Wed, 2014-04-16 10:54