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Where is the WIN32 version?
Currently Win32 version is not available. Actually maintaining more packages is quite difficult since it requires more testing. Perhaps I could make a simple .zip package with no JRE/SWT library bundled + some instructions how to make it work.
1.4 does not have a win32. This is not useable for me, have to llok now at alternative or just stay on 0.12 for now.
Thanks for responding.
I was hoping for a ‘Oops, here is the link’ response. 🙂
Simple would be good – i can run it from the command line. But I understand if its not a possibility.
Mac OS X version?
Unfortunately it’s not available. You can try creating it from sources but you will need a proper version of SWT library available here: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/eclipse/downloads/drops4/R-4.3-201306052000/swt-4.3-cocoa-macosx.zip
Turns out it’s actually pretty simple, though this isn’t a “prettied-up” version (I’m sure someone out there can take this and make it mac user happy).
1) Download and expand the swt library Rustam linked to
2) Download and expand the Linux archive from the top of this page
3) Copy the “swt.jar” file from the swt library folder to the “lib” subfolder within the TimeCult folder
4) In your terminal, cd to the TimeCult folder
5) Run the following command:
java -XstartOnFirstThread -d32 -jar timecult.jar
…and you should be all set. From what I can tell kicking the tires a bit, things seem to work as expected. I don’t have another OS environment immediately handy to compare and make sure, but the app appears to run fine. As I say, there’s probably some easy way to wrap this up into some mac happy clicky menu icon thinger, but as a longtime bash-happy linux user who’s relatively new to OSX I haven’t the slightest idea how to do that part.
Thanks jfouse, I was in the same boat. I now have timecult on yosemite working fine. Yay. Only differences to above was I downloaded the 64-bit version of swt (http://archive.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops4/R-4.3-201306052000/download.php?dropFile=swt-4.3-cocoa-macosx-x86_64.zip) and then just remove the -d32 switch from the start command.
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