3DNA/DSSR runs just fine under Mac OS X Mavericks

I recently upgraded my Macs to OS X Mavericks to check if 3DNA/DSSR works in the new operating system. I am glad to report that both run without a hitch, as expected.

Since OS X Mavericks is free from the Mac App Store, it will quickly become the de facto version virtually all Mac users would use. I also noticed that Ruby on Mavericks has been upgraded to ruby 2.0.0p247 (2013-06-27 revision 41674), a major step forward from the now retiring Ruby 1.8.7 distributed in previous versions of Mac OS X.

As a rule, I’d ensure that 3DNA/DSSR executes properly in major releases of the commonly used operating systems — Mac, Windows, and Linux.





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