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This documentation explains how to setup a build environment for [[FileZilla 3]] and how to compile it under Mac OS X using [http://developer.apple.com/TOOLS/xcode/ Xcode]. These directions have been tested under Tiger and Leopard on an Intel Mac. Other Mac OS versions may or may not work.
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See [http://forum.filezilla-project.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=10220 this post] for more information about the build process on Tiger along with some automated build files.
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__TOC__
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== Automated building with Fink ==
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You may find it easier to use [http://www.finkproject.org Fink] to automate the process of building FileZilla from source. 
 +
 
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=== Advantages of Fink ===
 +
 
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* works under Tiger and Leopard on Intel and PPC
 +
* all necessary dependencies are downloaded, built, and installed automatically with a single command
 +
* does not interfere with any system software or other third-party software on your machine
 +
* as new versions of FileZilla  are released, rebuilding and upgrading is automated
 +
 
 +
=== Disadvantages of Fink ===
 +
 
 +
* packaged version of FileZilla can sometimes lag behind the newest release
 +
* customizing the build process is not straightforward
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 +
=== Instructions ===
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# Install Fink per the [http://www.finkproject.org/doc/users-guide/index.php User's Guide].
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# Enable the "unstable" tree per [http://www.finkproject.org/faq/usage-fink.php?phpLang=en#unstable this FAQ entry].
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# Run <code>fink install filezilla</code> in a Terminal window.
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Once the build process completes successfully, you will find a FileZilla icon in your Applications folder.
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== Setting up the build environment ==
 +
 
 +
This includes the compiler and the required tools to build FileZilla 3 and its dependencies.
 +
 
 +
=== Xcode ===
 +
 
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You will need to download the version of Xcode appropriate for your version of OS X.
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* [http://connect.apple.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/MemberSite.woa/wa/getSoftware?bundleID=19907 Xcode 2.5] for Tiger
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* [http://connect.apple.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/MemberSite.woa/wa/getSoftware?bundleID=20792 Xcode 3.2.6] for Leopard and Snow Leopard
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* Xcode 4 for Lion can be found in the App Store
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If you are using Xcode 2.5, you will need to customize the install. Ensure all options under "Command Line Support" are checked. In Xcode 3, this is not necessary.
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== Building the Dependencies ==
 +
 
 +
FileZilla depends on the work of several open source projects. We must build them before we can build FileZilla.
 +
 
 +
The dependencies can take a long time to build. Instead of waiting for each project to build, you can start an additional Terminal Shell for each one and run them at the same time. However, you must have libgpg-error built before libgcrypt, and you must have libgcrypt built before GNU TLS.
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If you have a multi-core machine, the build may go faster if you change "nice make" to "nice make -jN" where N equals the number of cores you have + 1 (e.g. dual-core: N = 3).
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=== wxWidgets ===
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Download [http://www.wxwidgets.org/downloads/ wxWidgets]. You will need version 2.8.9 or later. The current version for Mac is [http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/wxwindows/wxMac-2.8.12.tar.gz wxMac-2.8.12.tar.gz].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xzf ~/Desktop/wxMac-2.8.12.tar.gz
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mkdir build-wx
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cd build-wx
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../wxMac-2.8.12/configure --disable-compat26 --enable-unicode \
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--prefix $HOME/filezilla/wxMac && nice make && make install
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=== GNU gettext ===
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Download [ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gettext/ GNU gettext]. The current version is [ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gettext/gettext-0.18.1.1.tar.gz gettext-0.18.1.1.tar.gz].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xzf ~/Desktop/gettext-0.18.1.1.tar.gz
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cd gettext-0.18.1.1
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/gettext && nice make && make install
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=== pkg-config ===
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Download [http://pkgconfig.freedesktop.org/releases/ pkg-config]. You will need version 0.23 or later. The current version is [http://pkgconfig.freedesktop.org/releases/pkg-config-0.25.tar.gz pkg-config-0.25.tar.gz].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xzf ~/Desktop/pkg-config-0.25.tar.gz
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cd pkg-config-0.25
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/pkg-config && nice make && make install
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'''Note:''' I have not been able to successfully build pkg-config 0.26. It appears to depend on an older version already being present. I suggest sticking with 0.25 for now.
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=== GNU libidn ===
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Download [ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/libidn/ GNU libidn]. The current version is [ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/libidn/libidn-1.22.tar.gz libidn-1.22.tar.gz].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xzf ~/Desktop/libidn-1.22.tar.gz
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cd libidn-1.22
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libidn && nice make && make install
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=== libgpg-error ===
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Download [ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libgpg-error/ libgpg-error]. The current version is [ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libgpg-error/libgpg-error-1.10.tar.bz2 libgpg-error-1.10.tar.bz2].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xjf ~/Desktop/libgpg-error-1.10.tar.bz2
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cd libgpg-error-1.10
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error && nice make && make install
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=== libgcrypt ===
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Download [ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libgcrypt/ libgcrypt]. The current version is [ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libgcrypt/libgcrypt-1.5.0.tar.bz2 libgcrypt-1.5.0.tar.bz2].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xjf ~/Desktop/libgcrypt-1.5.0.tar.bz2
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cd libgcrypt-1.5.0
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt \
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--with-gpg-error-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error && nice make && make install
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=== GNU TLS ===
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Download [ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gnutls/ GNU TLS]. The current version is [ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gnutls/gnutls-2.12.6.1.tar.bz2 gnutls-2.12.6.1.tar.bz2].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xjf ~/Desktop/gnutls-2.12.6.1.tar.bz2
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cd gnutls-2.12.6.1
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/gnutls --with-libgcrypt --with-libgcrypt-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt && nice make && make install
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=== SQLite ===
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Download [http://www.sqlite.org/download.html SQLite]. The current version is [http://www.sqlite.org/sqlite-autoconf-3070800.tar.gz sqlite-autoconf-3070800.tar.gz].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xzf ~/Desktop/sqlite-autoconf-3070800.tar.gz
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cd sqlite-autoconf-3070800
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/sqlite --disable-static && nice make && make install
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== Building [[FileZilla 3]] ==
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Download the [http://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client FileZilla source]. The current version is [http://sourceforge.net/projects/filezilla/files/FileZilla_Client/3.5.1/FileZilla_3.5.1_src.tar.bz2/download FileZilla_3.5.1.src.tar.bz2].
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Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:
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cd /tmp
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tar xjf ~/Desktop/FileZilla_3.5.1_src.tar.bz2
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cd filezilla-3.5.1
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export PATH=$HOME/filezilla/wxMac/bin:$HOME/filezilla/gettext/bin:$HOME/filezilla/pkg-config/bin:$PATH
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export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$HOME/filezilla/gnutls/lib/pkgconfig:$HOME/filezilla/sqlite/lib/pkgconfig
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export CPPFLAGS="-I$HOME/filezilla/libidn/include"
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export LDFLAGS="-L$HOME/filezilla/libidn/lib"
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./configure && nice make
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cd FileZilla.app/Contents/MacOS
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strip filezilla fzputtygen fzsftp
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cd - && mv FileZilla.app ~/Desktop
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If you get an error after "nice make", try this:
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rm -rf FileZilla.app && nice make
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== Troubleshooting ==
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 +
If you run into problems, please make sure you've followed each step exactly how it is explained and that you haven't missed any steps along the way. Feel free to ask questions on the [http://forum.filezilla-project.org/ FileZilla forums].
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 +
==Building under 10.6 Snow Leopard==
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When trying to build these codes under 10.6 you might - on certain machines - end up with errors.  The reason is that we fail to compile wxWidgets for 64 bits. See [http://wiki.wxwidgets.org/Development:_wxMac] for how to build wxMac for 32 bits, or  we may just use the Macports to install wxWidgets:
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sudo port install wxwidgets
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 +
And now we also need to build libgpg-error, libgcrypt, GNU TLS  and GNU libidn for 32 bits.  Here is the commands for  libgpg-error:
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$ arch_flags="-arch i386"
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$ ./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error  CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"  \
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CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"
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$ nice make -j5 && make install
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The commands for installing libgcrypt:
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cd libgcrypt-1.4.6
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./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt --with-gpg-error-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error  CC="gcc -m32"
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nice make -j5 && make install
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 +
Note ''CC="gcc -m32"'' is used for building Assemble code for 32 bits. For  GNU TLS:
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$ ./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/gnutls --with-libgcrypt --with-libgcrypt-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt  \
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CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags" CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  \
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OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"
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$ nice make -j5 && make install
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And for  GNU libidn:
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$ cd libidn-1.22
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$ ./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libidn  CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags" CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" \
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LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"
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$ nice make -j5 && make install
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Now we can build FileZilla:
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cd filezilla-3.5.0
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export PATH=$HOME/filezilla/wxMac/bin:$HOME/filezilla/gettext/bin:$HOME/filezilla/pkg-config/bin:$PATH
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export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$HOME/filezilla/gnutls/lib/pkgconfig:$HOME/filezilla/sqlite/lib/pkgconfig
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export CPPFLAGS="-I$HOME/filezilla/libidn/include"
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$ ./configure  CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags" CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  \
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OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"  --with-tinyxml=builtin  --with-idn-lib=$HOME/filezilla/libidn/lib/libidn.dylib
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$ nice make -j5
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$ cd FileZilla.app/Contents/MacOS
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$ strip filezilla fzputtygen  fzsftp
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$ cd -
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$ mv FileZilla.app/  ~/Desktop/

Revision as of 09:20, 23 February 2012

This documentation explains how to setup a build environment for FileZilla 3 and how to compile it under Mac OS X using Xcode. These directions have been tested under Tiger and Leopard on an Intel Mac. Other Mac OS versions may or may not work.

See this post for more information about the build process on Tiger along with some automated build files.

Contents


Automated building with Fink

You may find it easier to use Fink to automate the process of building FileZilla from source.

Advantages of Fink

  • works under Tiger and Leopard on Intel and PPC
  • all necessary dependencies are downloaded, built, and installed automatically with a single command
  • does not interfere with any system software or other third-party software on your machine
  • as new versions of FileZilla are released, rebuilding and upgrading is automated

Disadvantages of Fink

  • packaged version of FileZilla can sometimes lag behind the newest release
  • customizing the build process is not straightforward

Instructions

  1. Install Fink per the User's Guide.
  2. Enable the "unstable" tree per this FAQ entry.
  3. Run fink install filezilla in a Terminal window.

Once the build process completes successfully, you will find a FileZilla icon in your Applications folder.

Setting up the build environment

This includes the compiler and the required tools to build FileZilla 3 and its dependencies.

Xcode

You will need to download the version of Xcode appropriate for your version of OS X.

  • Xcode 2.5 for Tiger
  • Xcode 3.2.6 for Leopard and Snow Leopard
  • Xcode 4 for Lion can be found in the App Store

If you are using Xcode 2.5, you will need to customize the install. Ensure all options under "Command Line Support" are checked. In Xcode 3, this is not necessary.

Building the Dependencies

FileZilla depends on the work of several open source projects. We must build them before we can build FileZilla.

The dependencies can take a long time to build. Instead of waiting for each project to build, you can start an additional Terminal Shell for each one and run them at the same time. However, you must have libgpg-error built before libgcrypt, and you must have libgcrypt built before GNU TLS.

If you have a multi-core machine, the build may go faster if you change "nice make" to "nice make -jN" where N equals the number of cores you have + 1 (e.g. dual-core: N = 3).

wxWidgets

Download wxWidgets. You will need version 2.8.9 or later. The current version for Mac is wxMac-2.8.12.tar.gz.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xzf ~/Desktop/wxMac-2.8.12.tar.gz
mkdir build-wx
cd build-wx
../wxMac-2.8.12/configure --disable-compat26 --enable-unicode \
--prefix $HOME/filezilla/wxMac && nice make && make install

GNU gettext

Download GNU gettext. The current version is gettext-0.18.1.1.tar.gz.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xzf ~/Desktop/gettext-0.18.1.1.tar.gz
cd gettext-0.18.1.1
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/gettext && nice make && make install

pkg-config

Download pkg-config. You will need version 0.23 or later. The current version is pkg-config-0.25.tar.gz.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xzf ~/Desktop/pkg-config-0.25.tar.gz
cd pkg-config-0.25
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/pkg-config && nice make && make install

Note: I have not been able to successfully build pkg-config 0.26. It appears to depend on an older version already being present. I suggest sticking with 0.25 for now.

GNU libidn

Download GNU libidn. The current version is libidn-1.22.tar.gz.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xzf ~/Desktop/libidn-1.22.tar.gz
cd libidn-1.22
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libidn && nice make && make install

libgpg-error

Download libgpg-error. The current version is libgpg-error-1.10.tar.bz2.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xjf ~/Desktop/libgpg-error-1.10.tar.bz2
cd libgpg-error-1.10
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error && nice make && make install

libgcrypt

Download libgcrypt. The current version is libgcrypt-1.5.0.tar.bz2.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xjf ~/Desktop/libgcrypt-1.5.0.tar.bz2
cd libgcrypt-1.5.0
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt \
--with-gpg-error-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error && nice make && make install

GNU TLS

Download GNU TLS. The current version is gnutls-2.12.6.1.tar.bz2.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xjf ~/Desktop/gnutls-2.12.6.1.tar.bz2
cd gnutls-2.12.6.1
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/gnutls --with-libgcrypt --with-libgcrypt-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt && nice make && make install

SQLite

Download SQLite. The current version is sqlite-autoconf-3070800.tar.gz.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xzf ~/Desktop/sqlite-autoconf-3070800.tar.gz
cd sqlite-autoconf-3070800
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/sqlite --disable-static && nice make && make install

Building FileZilla 3

Download the FileZilla source. The current version is FileZilla_3.5.1.src.tar.bz2.

Start Terminal from the Applications/Utilities folder and enter the following commands:

cd /tmp
tar xjf ~/Desktop/FileZilla_3.5.1_src.tar.bz2
cd filezilla-3.5.1
export PATH=$HOME/filezilla/wxMac/bin:$HOME/filezilla/gettext/bin:$HOME/filezilla/pkg-config/bin:$PATH
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$HOME/filezilla/gnutls/lib/pkgconfig:$HOME/filezilla/sqlite/lib/pkgconfig
export CPPFLAGS="-I$HOME/filezilla/libidn/include"
export LDFLAGS="-L$HOME/filezilla/libidn/lib"
./configure && nice make
cd FileZilla.app/Contents/MacOS
strip filezilla fzputtygen fzsftp
cd - && mv FileZilla.app ~/Desktop

If you get an error after "nice make", try this:

rm -rf FileZilla.app && nice make

Troubleshooting

If you run into problems, please make sure you've followed each step exactly how it is explained and that you haven't missed any steps along the way. Feel free to ask questions on the FileZilla forums.

Building under 10.6 Snow Leopard

When trying to build these codes under 10.6 you might - on certain machines - end up with errors. The reason is that we fail to compile wxWidgets for 64 bits. See [1] for how to build wxMac for 32 bits, or we may just use the Macports to install wxWidgets:

sudo port install wxwidgets

And now we also need to build libgpg-error, libgcrypt, GNU TLS and GNU libidn for 32 bits. Here is the commands for libgpg-error:

$ arch_flags="-arch i386"
$ ./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error  CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"  \
CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"
$ nice make -j5 && make install

The commands for installing libgcrypt:

cd libgcrypt-1.4.6
./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt --with-gpg-error-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgpg-error   CC="gcc -m32"
nice make -j5 && make install

Note CC="gcc -m32" is used for building Assemble code for 32 bits. For GNU TLS:

$ ./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/gnutls --with-libgcrypt --with-libgcrypt-prefix=$HOME/filezilla/libgcrypt  \
CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags" CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  \
OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"
$ nice make -j5 && make install

And for GNU libidn:

$ cd libidn-1.22
$ ./configure --prefix $HOME/filezilla/libidn  CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags" CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" \
LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"
$ nice make -j5 && make install


Now we can build FileZilla:

cd filezilla-3.5.0
export PATH=$HOME/filezilla/wxMac/bin:$HOME/filezilla/gettext/bin:$HOME/filezilla/pkg-config/bin:$PATH
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$HOME/filezilla/gnutls/lib/pkgconfig:$HOME/filezilla/sqlite/lib/pkgconfig
export CPPFLAGS="-I$HOME/filezilla/libidn/include"

$ ./configure  CFLAGS="$arch_flags" CXXFLAGS="$arch_flags" CPPFLAGS="$arch_flags" LDFLAGS="$arch_flags"  \
OBJCFLAGS="$arch_flags" OBJCXXFLAGS="$arch_flags"   --with-tinyxml=builtin  --with-idn-lib=$HOME/filezilla/libidn/lib/libidn.dylib
$ nice make -j5
$ cd FileZilla.app/Contents/MacOS
$ strip filezilla fzputtygen  fzsftp 
$ cd -
$ mv FileZilla.app/  ~/Desktop/