Restarting from scratch on Snow Leopard
vaccari at units.it
Thu Feb 28 13:15:14 UTC 2019
> On 27 Feb 2019, at 21:58, Ken Cunningham <ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com> wrote:
>> is llvm39 still the one to be used?
> I still use +llvm39
> $ port -v installed | grep ld64
> ld64 @3_1+universal-ld64_127-ld64_236-ld64_97 (active) platform='darwin 10' archs='i386 x86_64' date='2018-09-20T16:56:39-0700'
> ld64-latest @274.2_2+llvm39+universal-llvm34 (active) platform='darwin 10' archs='i386 x86_64' date='2017-11-26T13:19:27-0800'
> One thing you learn in this, is to be current but not too current. There is no benefit to trying to ride the dragon's tale here -- you just run into a lot of new errors that haven't been dealt with yet.
> llvm3.9 is about equal to Sierra. That's a pretty good spot. I haven't really tried anything newer yet.
> I was configured to use clang-3.9 as my primary compiler up until a few weeks ago, when I fixed clang-5.0+ to enable thread_local storage, and so have just recently set clang-5.0 as my default compiler.
Right now I’ve finished the whole procedure described in
without hitting any issue (unlike when I had Xcode 4.2 installed). Will now attempt installing the usual packages I need.
Thanks for your help, Ken!
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