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raimue at macports.org
Sat May 30 08:40:51 PDT 2009
On 2009-05-30 17:12, Thomas De Contes wrote:
> ... i don't understand why you prefer (1) for MacPorts itself
> since Ryan Schmidt uses (2) for ports, i don't see what kind of
> avantage you get using (1) for MacPorts itself
It allows to build base with another compiler and it makes it more portable.
> i fully understand Ryan's choice, and finally I agree with him
> what aren't you agreement in what he said with ?
As I explained in my previous mail ...
> and anyway, i find that it's better to have MacPorts homogeneous,
> between itself and its ports, don't you think ?
... I still see no reason to restrict building MacPorts itself to a
specific compiler. Users building MacPorts from source are expected to
know what they are doing.
Having MacPorts installation with a different prefix in PATH during
configure might fail anyway if certain ports are installed (e.g. tcl).
Therefore, use a clean environment with the system's default PATH if you
don't want to use MacPorts for that.
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