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ARCitect Installation - macOS

last updated at 2023-11-02 Install ARCitect via installer
  1. Head to the ARCitect's GitHub release page.
  2. Download the macOS installer ARCitect-x.x.x.dmg
  3. Double-click the installer ARCitect-x.x.x.dmg and move the app to your Applications folder.
Starting the ARCitect for the first time

When starting the ARCitect for the first time, you are warned about an unidentified developer

Please navigate to the Privacy & Security panel in your System Settings to "Open Anyway".

Incoming network connections

Every time you start the ARCitect, you are asked to allow

This enables communication with the DataHUB.

Alternative installation from source

💡 If the installation via installer does not work or the app seems buggy, please

install ARCitect from source

Installation from source requires Git, Git LFS and Node.js

Install Git and Git LFS

Please install Git and Git LFS before using the ARCitect.

💡 For macOS we recommend to install via homebrew as described on the site above.

Install Node.js

Please install the latest version of Node.js.

  1. Download the installer for your operating system (e.g. macOS Installer)
  2. Once downloaded, open the node-x.x.x.pkg from your downloads folder and follow the "Install Node.js" instructions.
Install ARCitect
  1. Head to the ARCitect's GitHub release page.

  2. Under "Assets" download the latest source code archive (Source code (zip)).

  3. In Finder, open the folder where you downloaded the ARCitect

  4. Unzip the folder (ARCitect-x.x.x.zip). You can move this folder to another location (e.g. Applications).

  5. Open the folder in a terminal (right click → services → New Terminal at Folder)

  1. In the terminal, check that node.js is installed by executing
node -v

💡 This should display your installed version of node.js, e.g.

v18.17.0

  1. In the terminal, execute the following command to install the ARCitect
npm install

💡 This may take some seconds to minutes depending on your internet connection.

Start the ARCitect
  1. In the terminal, execute the following command to start the ARCitect
npm run debug

or

npm start

💡 A window will pop-up asking whether you want to accept incoming network connections. This needs to be allowed for communication with the DataHUB.

  1. You can leave the terminal running in the background. Once you close the terminal, the ARCitect quits.

  2. Switch to the ARCitect app.

💡 You might have to select the app from your dock.

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