Building under OSX bootstrap does not work

Heya there,

i tried to install gnuradio now under osx and had built all
dependencies incl libtool etc according to the tutorial using
darwinports.

Now when i go to checked out directory and run ./bootstrap

thats what i get:

./bootstrap
/opt/local/share/aclocal/audiofile.m4:12: warning: underquoted
definition of AM_PATH_AUDIOFILE
/opt/local/share/aclocal/audiofile.m4:12: run info ‘(automake)
Extending aclocal’
/opt/local/share/aclocal/audiofile.m4:12: or see http://
sources.redhat.com/automake/automake.html#Extending-acl
./bootstrap: line 28: libtoolize: command not found
gr-qtgui/src/lib/Makefile.am:29: %'-style pattern rules are a GNU make extension gr-qtgui/src/lib/Makefile.am:33:%’-style pattern rules are a GNU
make extension
gr-qtgui/src/lib/Makefile.am:36: %'-style pattern rules are a GNU make extension gr-trellis/doc/Makefile.am:51:%’-style pattern rules are a GNU make
extension
configure.ac:84: required file `./ltmain.sh’ not found

What is weird is that libtoolize is nowhere on my system i am unsire
if this should be part of the lobtool port but i got it installed.

port installed libtool
The following ports are currently installed:
libtool @1.5.24_0 (active)

and whats about that ltmain.sh?

Hope this help and someone can help me.

greetings

max

Please review my install guide for OSX, in < http://www.nd.edu/
~mdickens/GNURadio/ >; it addresses the issues you came across.

To be short, ‘libtoolize’ isn’t installed by MacPorts; ‘glibtoolize’
is, as is ‘glibtool’. Apple has a ‘libtool’ application of its own
( /usr/bin/libtool ), that is -not- compatible with GNU’s libtool;
thus the renaming by MacPorts so-as to not (directly) break anything.

You need to edit ‘bootstrap’ and change ‘libtoolize’ to
‘glibtoolize’; the rest of the warnings can be ignored, though the
“underquoted definition” can easily be corrected; again see the
install guide near the end.

Good luck! Let me know if this works. - MLD

It is working, thank you very much. Now i have to find out how i can
record 27.195Mhz to file and re-send it afterwards.

Is there a sample that does that allready?

Greetings

Max

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