include files for cgxCADTools

Mark Brethen mark.brethen at
Mon Aug 8 16:22:53 UTC 2022

The makefile only sets cc, not c++. If I remove -lstc++ from LIBS, then I need to add it to the portfile using LDFLAGS. The Makefile uses LFLAGS, which I don’t want to override. Should I add LDFLAGS to MAIN, like so:

$(MAIN): $(OBJS) 

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Mark Brethen
mark.brethen at

> On Aug 8, 2022, at 11:10 AM, Joshua Root <jmr at> wrote:
> That's a completely different thing. The language standard is selected by -std, the stdlib implementation is selected by -stdlib, and linking to a stdlib directly (as -lstdc++ does) is usually a bug since the C++ compiler will implicitly add the appropriate stdlib when linking.
> - Josh
> On 2022-8-9 01:16 , Mark Brethen wrote:
>> There is also -lstdc++, I thought those should be set in the Portfile. Doesn’t macports-clang have its own standard?
>> Mark Brethen
>> mark.brethen at <mailto:mark.brethen at>
>>> On Aug 7, 2022, at 7:22 PM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at <mailto:ryandesign at>> wrote:
>>> In fact, the Makefile already had -std=c++11, but your patchfile removed it. So don't remove it.

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