Does anyone have a working Glulx terp on FreeBSD? How’d you do it?
Gargoyle used to be able to be built in FreeBSD:
But I don’t know if those instructions are still up to date. Gargoyle unfortunately is not in a great place at the moment.
You could also almost certainly compile cheapglk or glkterm.
And there’s always Quixe.
$ git clone https://github.com/erkyrath/glulxe.git $ git clone https://github.com/erkyrath/glkterm.git $ cd glkterm # edit Makefile, uncomment the CC=cc line # and comment the CC=gcc one $ gmake $ cd .. $ cd glulxe # edit Makefile, uncomment the three # glkterm lines $ gmake $ ./glulxe ….blorb
Those FreeBSD-specific Gargoyle instructions are actually out of date. There is now a FreeBSD section in the Jamrules file, and Gargoyle builds (and even installs) just fine. Now I can run the individual terps directly, but the gargoyle binary can’t find them; it pops up the message “Unable to locate executable path”. If I knew where it’s looking for them I could create some symlinks, or maybe the better solution is to patch the source and recompile. I don’t know what I’m doing; any ideas?