pan2 did not install on SnowLeopard and Xode 4
FritzS - gmx
fritzs at gmx.net
Thu Sep 3 22:56:14 PDT 2015
> Am 03.09.2015 um 18:57 schrieb David Evans <devans at macports.org>:
> On 9/3/15 6:12 AM, FritzS - gmx wrote:
>>> Am 01.09.2015 um 22:44 schrieb David Evans <devans at macports.org>:
>>> On 9/1/15 11:09 AM, David Evans wrote:
>>>> On 9/1/15 10:50 AM, FritzS - gmx wrote:
>>>>> pan2 installations don’t work with Yosemite 10.10.4 and current Xcode - I know about this!
>>>>> So I want to compile it on my old MacMini and under Snow Leopard and Xcode 4
>>>>> But this don’t work to. What could I do to compile pan?
>>>>> I append
>>>>> the list of all installed ports
>>>> Thanks for this report. The port isn't configuring properly with latest intltool 0.51 and needs
>>>> some adjustments to the port. Not your fault. Will take a look at it.
>>> I committed a fix in r139911 that fixes the configuration problem you are reporting. The port still
>>> fails to build with recent clang++ due to ISO C++ incompatibilities but it may work for you on Snow Leopard.
>>> sudo port selfupdate
>>> sudo port clean pan2
>>> sudo port install pan2
>>> Let us know how it goes either way. There's a lot of work in the upstream git repository that appears to address both
>>> the ISO C++ problems and gtk3 support as well. When I have a chance, I'll see if building a git snapshot will get it
>>> working on recent OS releases (10.9+).
>> Compiling works well now on SL and Xcode.
> Good. Glad you're having some partial success.
>> After this I copy
>> to into the MacPorts directory of my MBP / Yosemite - pan works well now under Yosemite to.
> This is not recommended (even if it seems to work). I hope to have an updated version of pan2
> ready in a day or so that will build on Yosemite so I recommend that you wait for that.
the problem that pan2 cannot installed under Yosemite and with the current Xcode exists a long time - 12/2014
I report this here and in the mailing list of pan too.
As far as I know this problem exists with the packet manager homebrew too.
This I read in the home-brew issues, I hope this could help you:
Issues with clang 5/libc++. It compiles against libstdc++, but since all of its dependencies are built against libc++, that's a non-starter.
Upstream will have to address this if they want to maintain compatibility with OS X.
As far as I know, home-brew removed pan2 form the available packets
I hope you could resolve the problem with the pan2 installation
My current Mac OS X version on my MacBookPro: Yosemite 10.10.5 / Xcode version 6.4
> Right now
> we're continuing to have network problems and I can't commit anything to svn. Hopefully this
> will be resolved soon.
>> Are other files needed too?
>> I take the pan2 installation under Yosemite before - all other packets are installed.
> If you want to make sure that all the dependencies of pan2 are installed you can try this
> sudo port install depof:pan2
I run - but all dep are installed before.
>> Only pan / File / Quit works very slow.
> Can't speak to this due to your unorthodox installation. We can only support the standard
>> I wonder under Windows there are an pan 0.140 release
> This is an even older version so not recommended.
the current sources from pan are older - 29-Jun-2012 22:31
The general problem, many developer had stopped the develop of usenet reader too, unfortunately usenet is going down.
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