Recently I spent some time on getting my Macbook Pro to run the APS build tools for APS2 correct. Since I spent almost two days on it and without the help of a colleague I would still be searching. I want to specify the steps needed on this blog.
First I have to point you at the site on APS2: doc.apsstandard.org. Here you will find some necessary resources:
My first mistake was that I assumed I did not have a php runtime on my machine. Very wrong. On the latest version of Mac OS-X you will have a php Runtime available.
- the APS tools
- the APS Runtime.
You can find out which version by going to a terminal and type: php -v or php --Version.
If you get a version back, you have php installed. This means you only have to install the APS runtime and register the location in the php.ini.
Download the latest runtime from the site mentioned above, and unpack it to a location.
Now use your favorite editor to edit /private/etc/php.ini after either renaming the php.ini.default to php.ini or copying the php.ini.default to php.ini.
There are two things to be done:
Now you only need to download the APSTools from the above website, unpack and you can start building your APS apps.
- Set the line that specifies the display_error to: display_errors = stderr
- Uncomment the include_path and edit it so it points to the folder that contains the /aps/2 items.
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