Trying to execute LibcxxOnOlderSytems (2nd ed.)
ryandesign at macports.org
Mon Mar 14 22:49:52 PDT 2016
> On Mar 15, 2016, at 12:46 AM, [ftp83plus] <gestos at ftp83plus.net> wrote:
> Thanks all for your advices,
> I see contradictions here: should I start afresh and bear hours of whining fans like Christopher suggests to make the topic easier to follow, or try to add precision to my former request like Ryan tries to tell?
> The main concern is of course the fan noise and the fact I have to rely on a much slower backup Mac should I need to leave home. I try to bear in mind that you guys aren't in fort of my screen, and its not easy to follow who said what and when.
If you're stuck on the bootstrapping 2 step, starting over and following the newly edited instructions, without the -s flag on that step, should be very quick, since you'll be getting a precompiled archive from our server rather than having to compile it on your system.
For subsequent steps, there will still be compiling involved, since we don't yet have a naming convention for distinguishing libc++ packages from libstdc++ packages, so we don't provide libc++ packages for older OSes.
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