Dart: Quick 0-60 with DartEditor and Dartium on MacOSX.

Quick 0-60 with DartEditor and Dartium on MacOSX. The DartEditor now comes with the ability to launch Dartium directly. The key to getting that to work is to have Chromium folder located in the dart-sdk. Below is a simple script to bootstrap your MacOSX from the latest builds. Note, if you move the directory around you’ll need to adjust the runDartEditor.sh script. DartEditor expects an absolute path for the -debug flag. By the time Dartium hits the dart-sdk, his route will be obsolete.
Now support for choosing frogc or dartc is available in the GUI options.

git clone git://gist.github.com/1702746.git DartEditor
cd DartEditor
chmod +x get_and_unpack.sh 
./get_and_unpack.sh && cd dart && ./runDartEditor.sh

https://gist.github.com/1702746

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2 Responses to Dart: Quick 0-60 with DartEditor and Dartium on MacOSX.

  1. Ravindra says:

    Hi,

    It worked fine for me earlier,
    Now its broken dart samples are not running. have any idea why it happens ?
    do you know any fix for it ?

    • The samples are up2date, my MacOSX Dartium build is out of date, sorry. Hopefully by this weekend I will have time to install the version of MacSDK that Dartium depends on. I was building with MacSDK 10.6, Dartium/Chromium actually depends on MacSDK 10.5. BTW, the the linux build should be recent as of last weekend.

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