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    Installing Dia on OSX 10.3

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    Installing Dia on OSX 10.3
    Does anyone know of a pre-packaged version of Dia for macs? I tried to install it but it complained about gtk, gtk complained about glib, glib is complaining about gettext....I am in a dependecy nighmare. I just need to find a .dmg file for dia somewhere.

    Thanks!

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    Installing Dia on OSX 10.3
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    What exactly is Dia?

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    Installing Dia on OSX 10.3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    What exactly is Dia?
    Dia is a diagram app.
    http://www.gnome.org/projects/dia/

    I don't think you are going to find it in a .dmg format, but you might find some help installing it here:

    http://dia.darwinports.com/
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    Installing Dia on OSX 10.3
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    Ever tried OmniGraffle?

    Maybe give the demo a whirl, it comes free on powerbooks...

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    Installing Dia on OSX 10.3

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    Use Fink.

    Better yet, use OmniGraffle as Aptmunich suggested.

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