Can't upgrade gtk3 as part of a "upgrade outdated", Segmentation fault?
gestos at ftp83plus.net
Sat Aug 27 10:41:00 PDT 2016
So, after reinstalling Mac OS X as I did to get out of the startup crash as I did, even if ports stayed in place, I should re-perform the LibcxxOnOlderSystems steps?
El 2016-08-27, a las 12:17, Mihai Moldovan escribió:
> On 27.08.2016 04:00 PM, [ftp83plus] wrote:
>> Crash log, approximately when gtk3 segfaulted:
> In there, I see two things that look weird:
> - you're using ld64-136, although step 8 and 9 of the LibcxxOnOlderSystems
> guide explicitly says to switch to ld64-latest
> - ld64-136 was installed with +llvm37, although step 5 and 7 make sure that
> +llvm38 is used
> The second problem may be explicable by upgrading - earlier versions probably
> used llvm37 and the llvm38 change is relatively new.
> Still, your setup is broken/deviates from what is advertised to work on 10.6.
> That crash is probably a consequence of that.
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