User information about macOS Mojave
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Thu Sep 27 10:04:19 UTC 2018
On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 11:41 AM Chris Jones <jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk>
> As far as I am aware it is not possible, but even if it where its not a
> solution, to require all macOS 10.13 users to stick with Xcode 9.
Yes, it doesn't seem reasonable, but I admit I was asking this question not
just thinking in MacPorts, but also because I'd like to be able to continue
building 32bit code (not for deployment, but for internal testing: I build
and test code in both 32bit and 64bit, as a check that our code doesn't
make assumptions on the architecture word size). Apple, Apple, Apple...
with this attitude Macs will end up being used for final builds only (well,
I don't wish to go off-topic, we'll probably move development from
MacOS-native to encapsulated environments in VMs, --this will be the most
practical solution, putting feelings and likes/dislikes aside).
Anyway, copying the 10.13 SDK into Xcode 10 should work, but I was feeling
curious on why Xcode 9.4.1 won't work on Mojave.
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