Last edit: @jkrause in <!error getting other user for D4H2HRQM8> 8 months ago - Slack Archive

Because Valgrind does not have a stable release
for High Sierra, you can have Homebrew build it for you.

`brew install --HEAD valgrind`

Thanks to @issmith for this discovery.

While this is no longer necessary, this is still an option:

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html
You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.
You will want to add `-j8` to the `make` commands, as they can take a long time.

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Revision: 3641 by @jkrause in <!error getting other user for D4H2HRQM8> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Because Valgrind does not have a stable release
for High Sierra, you can have Homebrew build it for you.

`brew install --HEAD valgrind`

Thanks to @issmith for this discovery.

While this is no longer necessary, this is still an option:

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html
You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.
You will want to add `-j8` to the `make` commands, as they can take a long time.

Revision: 3640 by @jkrause in <!error getting other user for D4H2HRQM8> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Because Valgrind does not have a stable release
for High Sierra, you can have Homebrew build Valgrind for you.

`brew install --HEAD valgrind`

Thanks to @issmith for this discovery.

While this is no longer necessary, this is still an option:

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html
You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.
You will want to add `-j8` to the `make` commands, as they can take a long time.

Revision: 3639 (deleted) by @jkrause in <!error getting other user for D4H2HRQM8> 8 months agoSlack Archive

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html
No longer necessary, but 
You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.
You will want to add `-j8` to the `make` commands, as they can take a long time.

No longer applies
~For El Capitan (10.11.6), you can use homebrew~ (~see~ ~!brew~ ~with~ ~marvin~):
~brew install valgrind~
For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html

You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.
You will want to add `-j8` to the `make` commands, as they can take a long time.

No longer applies
~For El Capitan (10.11.6), you can use homebrew~ (~see~ ~!brew~ ~with~ ~marvin~):
~brew install valgrind~

Revision: 2756 by @jkrause in #marvin-dev 1 year agoSlack Archive

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html

You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.

No longer applies
~For El Capitan (10.11.6), you can use homebrew~ (~see~ ~!brew~ ~with~ ~marvin~):
~brew install valgrind~

Revision: 2755 by @jkrause in #marvin-dev 1 year agoSlack Archive

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html

You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.

No longer applies
~For El Capitan (10.11.6), you can use homebrew~ (~see~ `!brew` ~with~ ~marvin~):
~brew install valgrind~

Revision: 2754 by @jkrause in #marvin-dev 1 year agoSlack Archive

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html

You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.

No longer applies
~For El Capitan (10.11.6), you can use homebrew (see `!brew` with marvin):
`brew install valgrind`~
For El Capitan (10.11.6), you can use homebrew (see `!brew` with marvin):
`brew install valgrind`

For High Sierra (10.13.1+), you will need to compile it yourself:
http://valgrind.org/downloads/repository.html

You will need some dependencies with homebrew (`brew install automake`).
You might also need to do `xcode-select --install`.