Installing vlab on Mac OSX
The download is a DMG disk image. Opening it, you will find:
To run vlab, simply copy the browser application to your /Applications directory and open it from there; this will open the vlab browser, which you can use to open the sample oofs, or your own.
You can also run vlab and its
components from the command line; all of the executables are in the
To use the simulators lpfg, vv, and vve, you will need to have a C++ compiler installed. The easiest way to do this is to install g++, which is part of the “Command Line Tools for Xcode” package. This package can be downloaded directly from Apple at developer.apple.com/downloads (you have to sign up for a (free) Apple ID before downloading). The program you need to download depends on your OS version: