libc++, C++11, and C++14 on Leopard and Snow Leopard
larryv at macports.org
Wed Jan 14 11:47:39 PST 2015
On Jan 14, 2015, at 2:30 PM, René J.V. Bertin <rjvbertin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Unless I misunderstand you, that doesn't make them dependent on LLVM. They just cannot run what's not installed :)
Are we still talking about MacPorts here? MacPorts enforces runtime dependencies; if you have cctools +llvmXY or ld64 +llvmXY installed, you cannot deactivate or install llvm-X.Y.
% sudo port -N deactivate llvm-3.6
---> Unable to deactivate llvm-3.6 @3.6-r225216_0+assertions+polly+universal, the following ports depend on it:
---> clang-3.6 @3.6-r225216_0+analyzer+arm_runtime+assertions
---> cctools @862_1+llvm36+universal
---> ld64 @236.3_2+llvm36+universal
Error: Failed to deactivate llvm-3.6: Please uninstall the ports that depend on llvm-3.6 first.
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