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apt_get works under either Fedora or Debian is an rpm binary installation method.

But Mac OSX does not support apt or rpm as far as I am aware. It is therefore easiest if every dependency is achieved via a tarball source installation that uses make to compile and install from sources.

Make sure that each component uses the right basic library root i.e. if OSX has everything preinstalled in /usr/local/lib then before doing a make install of a component, check that it's going to go to the right place. But generally, if all the products are done by tarball then they tend to agree with each other just as if everything is done with apt and rpm they will also agree with each other. The only proviso is that it also has to agree with how the libraries are preinstalled for Mac OSX.

Windows doesn't have a consistent library architecture - in spite of some common directories for DLLs there just isn't the adherence in general so I'd be inclined to reject Windows as infeasible.

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