multiple arch flags won't work with -E
bayoubengal at mac.com
Thu Feb 3 19:31:13 PST 2011
yes. I am aware of that one. I've seen in used in terms of running tests in icu. I had to switch it off for the cross-compile of icu. when configured with --host, icu requires a native build to be specified and it runs the tests as part of the native build.
On Feb 3, 2011, at 7:18 PM, Joshua Root wrote:
> On 2011-2-4 14:07 , James Gregurich wrote:
>> ok. I will continue running tests on what I have to see what works and what doesn't work. I have the thing working for 3 different ports with no unreasonable modifications to the port files. There is no point to starting over with a new strategy if this one is working....particularly one that would mean much more complex port files.
>> The key is running the configure scripts through muniversal and setting the the -host option on the configure script. These projects appear to be designed to cross-compile you just have to pass the right options in. muniversal builds one architecture at a time...which is exactly what is needed for the configure scripts to work right on cross-compiling.
> You'll notice muniversal has an option called merger_must_run_binaries.
> Anything that needs this to be set will not cross compile.
> - Josh
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