Problems compiling in snow leopard
ryandesign at macports.org
Mon Apr 26 14:52:11 PDT 2010
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On Apr 26, 2010, at 16:01, Nuno Santos wrote:
> Hi Ryan,
> Its not a question of getting used to it. As I said before, i'm working on a software product that will run on Windows, Mac and Linux. It is being built on the top of the Qt framework for that cross platform support.
> I have looken in Qt's website to see if there is a 64 bit version for Mac but no, only for Linux.
> Even if that was a chance, I would be very limited to only run that software on the most recent macs. Right now I depend on opencv, gstreamer and gst-plugins-base and their respective dependencies.
> About that i386 and kernel thing. Sorry, I had the idea that 64 bit software would only run on 64-bit kernels.
> But, about this question... if i can run 64-bit software on 32-bit kernels, then the only thing I really need is to get Qt compiled for 64 bit. My problem would be solved by that time, isn't that right?
> Yeah, all the packages compiled just fine in 64 bit mode! ;)
> With my best regards,
The qt4-mac port installs just fine on Snow Leopard for me -- 64-bit by default, or if you want both 64-bit and 32-bit, then use the +universal variant, as usual.
FYI, qt4-mac is an extremely large piece of software; expect to use about 7GB of disk space and many hours to build it.
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