What he doesn't have is a set of instructions about how to get it built on your machine.
Whenever I install an open source package, I make a fink info file so I can build it more easily on the other systems I'm responsible for.
You can download my fink info file here. To use it, you need to have fink installed, and the XCode Developer tools as well.
- Open a Terminal window
- You should now have my info file. Install it into your fink by doing:
sudo cp Remind-3.0.22.info /sw/fink/dists/local/main/finkinfo/
- Edit /sw/etc/fink.conf and make sure the Trees line includes
local/main. I run fink with unstable enabled and my Trees line looks like this
Trees: local/main stable/main stable/crypto unstable/main unstable/crypto
- Now you can install Remind with fink. do
fink install Remindand fink will download Remind from Roaring Penguins and compile & install it for you.