Comment 2 for bug 751125

The latest, snow leopard on intel

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On Apr 5, 2011 1:45 AM, rdb &lt;<email address hidden>&gt; wrote:

Might be useful to specify which OSX version you're using and on which



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  OS X Panda 3d installation issue (sdk and web runtime) libfreetype


Status in Panda3D:


Bug description:

  Both the Panda3d SDK and the webruntime after installation failed to run properly, the webruntime gives the following error:


  == PandaLog-/Users/dusty/Library/Caches/Panda3D/log/p3dsession.log

  == PandaLog-Full Start (p3dsession.log)

  dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/X11R6/lib/libfreetype.6.dylib

    Referenced from: /Users/dusty/Library/Caches/Panda3D/hosts/runtime.panda3d.org_96a0ec538744def6/panda3d/cmu_1.7/libpanda.dylib

    Reason: no suitable image found. Did find:

   /Users/dusty/Library/Caches/Panda3D/hosts/runtime.panda3d.org_96a0ec538744def6/panda3d/cmu_1.7/libfreetype.6.dylib: can't map

  == PandaLog-Full End (p3dsession.log)

  using ppython to open a tutorial resulted in a similar problem, only

  it looks for libfreetype.6.dylib in /usr/X11/lib/ instead of


  I fixed the problem by installing xquartz and making symlinks of

  /opt/X11/lib to /usr/X11/lib and /usr/X11R6/lib

  This seems like a huge pain to expect out of end users, I should be

  able to just download the webruntime and go.

  Why doesn't panda3d bundle its own copy of this file like other well

  behaved OS X apps, (Chimera, VLC, Boxee, cider/wine)

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