problems installing glade3
mark at dxradio.demon.co.uk
Thu Mar 17 13:31:45 PDT 2011
On 22 Feb 2011, at 04:44, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
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> On Feb 21, 2011, at 20:13, Tim Bunnell wrote:
>> Thanks for the pointers Ryan. A sort of related question: is it really necessary to have separate instances of gcc for macports, or would there be some way I could coerce it to always just use the version installed with Xcode?
>> I'm not sure how informative the logs would have been. Maybe I missed something but it appeared that everything ran smoothly until gcc segfaulted. In any case, I updated Xcode this morning (it was one minor revision behind) and something about that (I guess) fixed whatever the problem was since I was then able to compile gcc44 with macports.
>> We'll see if the problem emerges in the future again on some other package.
> Most ports in MacPorts do use the gcc that comes with Xcode; those ports that don't -- and require a separate gcc port -- have specific reasons for doing so. In the case of atlas, that reason is that it needs a Fortran compiler, which the gcc ports provide (gfortran); Xcode does not include a Fortran compiler.
> I'm glad you got gcc44 compiled using an updated Xcode. Certainly older Xcode versions are known to cause problems; that is why newer versions of Xcode are released. :)
> As you may know, Xcode is not updated by Software Update; you must become aware of the existence of newer versions of Xcode via some other means, and update it manually.
Yes ... xcode is updated by Software Update ... 3.2.6 is popping up for me (636.1 MB) in Software Update.
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