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Renamed OSX to macOS and use curl to get EasyInstall script (#3585)

* Renamed OSX to macOS and use curl to get EasyInstall script

Use curl to get the EasyInstall script because the srcipt itself uses curl

* Fixed capitalization
Bond-009 2017-02-28 14:07:24 +01:00 committed by Alexander Harkness
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To compile Cuberite from source, you need the following set of software:
* CMake
* Platform-specific make tool \(windows would be MSVC, linux/osx GNU make, etc.\)
* Platform-specific make tool \(Windows would be MSVC, Linux/macOS GNU make, etc.\)
* C compiler
* modern C++ compiler and linker
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In order to tinker with the code, you'll more than likely need to use the debugging features of your IDE. To make them the easiest to use, you should switch to the Debug configuration - this provides the highest level of information while debugging, for the price of the executable being 2 - 10 times slower. Go to menu Build -> Configuration Manager, and in the opened dialog, change the top left combo box (Active solution configuration) to Debug. Close the dialog and build the solution. The resulting executable is called `Cuberite_debug.exe` in the `Server` folder.
Install git from its [website](https://git-scm.com/) or homebrew: `brew install git`.

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You'll need the basic C++ build tools:
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How to Build
Follow the instructions in [COMPILING.md](https://github.com/cuberite/cuberite/blob/master/COMPILING.md). You probably want to build in debug mode (when you're developing) for console alerts and debugging capability, even though it's much slower for everyday use.

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##### The EasyInstall script
This script will download the correct binary from the project site.
sh -c "$(wget -O - https://download.cuberite.org)"
curl -sSfL https://download.cuberite.org | sh
#### Compiling
- You can compile automatically for Linux / *nix with the `compile.sh` script. The script is described below.