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* Build instructions for Debian 7.5::
* Installing GNUnet from Git on Ubuntu 14.4::
* Build instructions for Debian 8::
+* Build instructions for macOS::
@c * Build instructions for OpenBSD 6.2::
* Outdated build instructions for previous revisions::
@c * Portable GNUnet::
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+@node Build instructions for macOS
+@section Build instructions for macOS
+@c FIXME: I -> we
+These are the installation guidelines for macOS.
+They were tested on macOS High Sierra.
+* Installing dependencies::
+* Compile from Source::
+@node Installing dependencies
+@subsection Installing dependencies
+First, install XCode in the newest version.
+Install Homebrew (https://brew.sh) and then install the dependencies listed above.
+If a dependency does not exists in brew, you need to compile it from source.
+# brew install <dependency>
+@node Compile from Source
+@subsection Compile from Source
+Before you start building GNUnet, you need to setup your environment.
+This means that you have to make sure the proper tools are used in the build process.
+For example, after installing texinfo you need to make sure the new texinfo is actually used:
+# echo 'export PATH="/usr/local/opt/texinfo/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bash_profile
+Note: brew tells you the appropriate command when executing
+# brew info texinfo
+This may also be necessary for the gettext package.
+Before you start compiling, you need to make sure gcc is used and not the clang compile of your macOS system.
+On my system, gcc was actually ``gcc-7'' and gcc pointed to the clang compiler.
+# export CC=gcc-7
+After this the standard compile instructions apply.
@c @node Build instructions for OpenBSD 6.2
@c @section Build instructions for OpenBSD 6.2