OS X Bundle needs gs and perhaps libgs
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Users installing via the OS X bundle may not have external tools such as ghostscript (gs) installed on their system. Since gmt psconvert relies on this external tool it should be added to the bundle installer. If we are successful in using libgs directly then the library will need to be added instead (or as well).
#2 Updated by Paul about 1 year ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved
Yes, true. So we need a solution that (post-install of bundle) detects that no gs is present and instructs the user to install gs. Since we can determine which distribution the user uses (or none) we can give specific instructions I think.