In the git repository there is an 'empty' directory
"libraries/mcad". Normally git does not allow for
empty directories, so it seems you used the famous
'hash-hack'. However, at forking and merging this
is not so convenient, since it issues merge conflicts.
If you need an empty dir, simply put in a .gitignore
there, possibly with content that ignores all the files
you want to keep local.
Related to this, but there is also something i do not
understand, is why do i miss a lot of content when i
compile (without any modifications) openSCAD on my Mac.
This is my result
The point is, at forking, github did not seem to
understand this empty directory and issued an error.
Locally it results in merge failure, also if i directly
clone. (Or course i do not want to populate the submodule
with files.) Or i am doing something wrong (probably!),
or something is not correctly set up.
On 2013-06-20, at 06:25 , Ruud Vlaming wrote:
> how do i get the latter myself? The question is not
> targeted at the dynamic libraries, but more at the
> examples, libraries and other stuff missing.
The libraries and examples in the source code should be available from your binary. Doesn't this work?
We only create a full bundle with all resources included for release builds. See scripts/publish-macosx.sh for how this process is done (it's a bit involved).