Redistributable binaries for 10.5 or 10.6 from C++11 sources

Ken Cunningham ken.cunningham.webuse at
Sun Jan 14 20:55:26 UTC 2018

On 2018-01-14, at 12:33 PM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:

> On 13 January 2018 at 18:03, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>> I know it can be done. TenFourFox does it. It builds with Macports
>> infrastructure, required parts to support c++11 are moved into the
>> application bundle, and there are scripts that appear to update the install
>> names as you describe. There is a description in the "building tenfourfox"
>> page. <>
>> For 10.5+ only, all the libs could be @rpath based instead I believe.
> Thanks a lot. I'll start playing with 10.6/x86_64 and see whether I
> can convince @rpath to first resolve to the default system libc++ (on
> 10.7 or later, or on computers with libc++ from MacPorts for example)
> and then to some shipped variant.
> I used to build for 10.6/x86_64, 10.6/i386 & ppc on the same 64-bit
> Snow Leopard VM. Doing C++11 cross-compilations for PPC is likely to
> be mission impossible, so I'll need to find a proper PPC, but let's
> see if I can get it working natively to start with.
> Thank you,
>    Mojca

Glad you see a path. Happy to help if I can be useful.

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