attie at mps.mpg.de
Mon Feb 1 05:51:02 PST 2010
I'm using this thread now, as I'm trying to update to gcc 4.3 from 4.2. It's
only for experimenting different compilers with the mex functions in Matlab.
Currently, i have :
-bash-3.2$ gcc --version
i686-apple-darwin9-gcc-4.2.1 (GCC) 4.2.1 (Apple Inc. build 5577)
Xcode version 3.1.4
Macports version 1.8.2
>sudo port install gcc43
it hangs at the build...
Anything new on this issue ?
Ryan Schmidt-24 wrote:
> On Apr 20, 2008, at 6:27 AM, Craig Niederberger wrote:
>> Version of xcode: 3.0
>> $ gcc --version
>> i686-apple-darwin9-gcc-4.0.1 (GCC) 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)
>>> What version of MacPorts do you have? 1.6.0? trunk?
>> $ port --version
>> MacPorts 1.600
>> (Not sure what trunk means)
> trunk is the latest not-yet-numbered version of MacPorts that's been
> in development since the release of 1.6.0 / 1.600. I just wanted to
> make sure you didn't have anything older than 1.6.0.
>>> What version of gcc42 is being built?
>> Not sure how to figure that out--just typing sudo port install
>> gcc42 at this point
> "port info gcc42" will tell you. I just want to make sure your ports
> tree is up to date.
>>> Finally, what port are you ultimately trying to install that's
>>> requiring gcc42?
>> It was part of a port install R (the statistical package) that was
>> hanging on gcc42
> True, R itself does declare a dependency on gcc42.
> If gcc42 won't build for you but gcc43 will, you could try changing
> the R portfile: change "port:gcc42" to "port:gcc43" and "macports-
> gcc-4.2" to "macports-gcc-4.3". If R builds that way, you could file
> a ticket requesting this change, and Cc the maintainer of R.
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