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CompuCell 3D version 3.4.2 for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)

This is a binary distribution of CompuCell 3D compiled for both i386 (32
bit) and x86_64 (64 bit) systems running Mac OS X 10.5.x (AKA Leopard).

Download the file:
(where xxxx are four digits indicating incremental updates)

An installer is not required for this version: just double-click the
.zip file and place the resulting "CC3D_3.4.2_MacOSX105" directory
anywhere you want.
A good place is your computer's /Applications/ directory.

Or, for example if you don't have administrative-level permissions on
your system (such as on a public lab machine), you can simply create a
directory called "Applications" in your user/home directory, and place
the "CC3D_3.4.2_MacOSX105" directory inside that "Applications"

To start the CompuCell 3D player application from the Finder,
double-click the compucell3d.command file. The very first time you run
it, you may get a system warning "this application has been downloaded
from the internet".

To run CompuCell 3D from the Terminal, cd to the "CC3D_3.4.2_MacOSX105"
directory and type:
./compucell3d.command <return>

CompuCell 3D is self-contained: all the required dependencies and
third-party libraries are included, such as Qt, PyQt, VTK, etc.
CompuCell 3D relies on the Python 2.5 distribution included by default
on Mac OS X 10.5 systems.

Please note: this distribution will not run on Mac OS X 10.4 or older.
For a CompuCell 3D distribution for Mac OS X 10.6.x (AKA Snow Leopard)
please check

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