+universal for x864+arm64 on Macintel
René J.V. Bertin
rjvbertin at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 22:49:20 UTC 2022
On Monday June 13 2022 21:40:19 Chris Jones wrote:
I did indeed misread; I should have realised that 10.11 predates ARM Macs by too much.
>Macports only supports buidling against the sdk you would ‘naturally’ get installing the Xcode/CLT version supported on a given OS. Whilst it might be possible in a hacking way to install a newer SDK on alder OS, this is not something macports can realistically support.
Ryan has a recent port that installs (I think) any of the available SDKs and I got the impression it was possible to build ports against these SDKs.
However, I wasn't thinking about building within MacPorts. I first installed MacPorts as an easy way to obtain libraries that I needed for my own software (and Qt binaries for Mac were long if not still built against dependencies installed through MacPorts). That's the context I had in mind - there is very little point to (locally) building ports for an architecture you can't run.
Anyway, I've got an answer to my original question.
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