I got it to work on Mac OS X 10.2. I haven't tried 10.3 yet. On 10.2 it compiled fine "out of the box" so to speak.

I'm not using it for terminal emulation, though. I'm really using the scs2ps process. I made a change to the scs2ps to handle my printing needs. I don't know if the software has been updated since, as once I got it working, I left it alone. It's been very reliable.

In the scs2ps_process34() function:
• Change “scs_avpp();” to “/* scs_avpp(); */”
• Add a line under the “case SCS_AVPP:” line: “current_line = fgetc(stdin);”


This change allows vertical positioning to work correctly, which I use since I am handling formatted output (bills, statements, etc.).

I also tweaked some margin settings and character width settings to suit my fancy.

Hope this info is helpful to someone,

John

On Dec 1, 2003, at 6:00 PM, Scott Klement wrote:


Last I heard (from Myles Toomey, a few years ago) things were working okay
on OSX. I don't have access to an OSX box, so I took his word for it...


On Mon, 1 Dec 2003, Fred Horvat wrote:

Has anyone gotten the TN5250 working under Mac OSX yet? Last report was
about 2 years ago.
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