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* OBSOLETE * : MyMacPorts
Installing and using a personal build of MacPorts
Astrophysics Apple Developers' Page
A brief overview of Astrophysics developer information
Astrophysics: Libraries
Software libraries available on Astrophysics OS X systems
Astrophysics: MacOS X development tools
Software development tools on Astrophysics MacOS X systems
Care and Feeding of Shells
How to not blow your command interpreter out of the water before it starts
Getting gfortran on Apple systems, and an up-to-date gcc
Apple doesn't supply gfortran with XCode. Here's how to use MacPorts's instance.
Git for Beginners
Basics of using gitlab.physics, and git in general
Git Projects with Multiple Contributors
Suggestions for maintaining a Git project with multiple contributors
MacPorts on Apple Macintosh Systems
MacPorts programs and libraries on Astrophysics MacOS X systems
Makefiles for Beginners
First steps in using the "make" utility
Migrating Projects from SVN to Git
A show-and-tell: moving projects from scm.physics to gitlab.physics
The Apple incarnation of the SciSoft suite (OBSOLETE)
Portable Software
An introduction to the uses and coding practices of portable software
SCM for Beginners (*OBSOLETE*)
From an empty repository to your second commit
The Starlink collection
Using scm for source control: *OBSOLETE*
Source control and project managent GUI
Where has g77 gone to?
.... and why you probably don't need it (or libg2c) after all

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