pan2 did not install on SnowLeopard and Xode 4
devans at macports.org
Sat Sep 5 06:51:26 PDT 2015
On 9/4/15 6:17 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Sep 4, 2015, at 12:56 AM, FritzS wrote:
>> I hope you could resolve the problem with the pan2 installation
> It is not our problem to resolve. The developers of pan2 need to make their code compatible with libc++. But they have not responded to the bug report I filed about this in 2013:
>> 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.
> It looks like development of pan2 has not necessarily stopped, since there are commits to the repository as recently as 4 months ago:
> However, even the latest code in the repository still fails to build with libc++ with the same error.
> If you want the problem resolved, either you need to fix their code to work with libc++, or you need to convince the developers of pan2 to do so.
I can confirm that the current git master (version 0.140, gtk2 build, dated 2015-05-15, not yet released) fails to build
on Yosemite using the default libc++. However, it does build and run with libstdc++ using
because none of its dependencies use libc++.
Since it's not likely that any other port using libc++ will have a binary dependency on pan2, isn't this a permissible
configuration for this port on Mavericks and Yosemite until the libc++ issue is addressed upstream? Haven't checked
whether this will work on El Capitan as yet.
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