Mac users who prefer to have a more traditional Unix toolkit accessible to them through the Terminal may wish to install the optional Command Line Tools subsection of the Xcode IDE. The Command Line Tool package gives Mac terminal users many commonly used tools, utilities, and compilers, including make, GCC, clang, perl, svn, git, size, strip, strings, libtool, cpp, what, and many other useful commands that are usually found in default linux installations. This guide is geared towards MacOS Mac users running prior versions of OS X can continue to directly install Command Line Tools and gcc without Xcode through a package installer available through the Apple Developer website as described here. The installer goes away on its own when complete, and you can then confirm everything is working by trying to use one of the commands that were just installed, like gcc, git, svn, rebase, make, ld, otool, nm, whatever you want from the list below.
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RIS is the latest and greatest renderer which provides high quality raytracing. You will want to configure RenderMan, depending which operating system you are using. Please follow the appropriate instructions below. You are all set! The installer fully configures the environment variables and writes the module file. If you want to use an external renderer via Local Queue, you will need to add an environment key called "prman
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