[KDE/Mac] Trying to compile Kile on MacOS 10.4.11: Failed at apple-gcc42
janus at rtfm.org.ar
Sat Feb 28 17:11:09 CET 2009
2009/2/28 Orville Bennett <illogical1 at gmail.com>
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> On Feb 27, 2009, at 9:49 PM, Janus wrote:
> > 2009/2/28 Orville Bennett <illogical1 at gmail.com>:
> >>>>> Glad you figured it out. There's another person on this list
> >>>>> interested in kile so please do let us know how/if it works for
> >>>>> you.
> >>>> Thanks. Sadly, it doesn't work. I compiled without problems
> >>>> apple-gcc42, and did all the ditto commands as the "Manifesto"
> >>>> says,
> >>>> also, just in case, I change by hand the gcc symbolic link to point
> >>>> to
> >>>> gcc-apple-4.2.
> >> Eh? The instructions from the Manifesto should give you plain gcc-4.2
> >> executables, not gcc-apple-4.2. I think you may have used to
> >> incorrect
> >> portfile (i.e. the one included with macports and not the one from
> >> the
> >> trac ticket). The macports apple-gcc42 port, last I checked, doesn't
> >> build c++ compilers (so you'll get a gcc-apple-4.2 for instance, but
> >> no g++-apple-4.2
> > I don't have any other profile for apple-gcc42 in my macports (I am in
> > MacOS 10.4.11)
> You have to have at least two. Macports comes with apple-gcc42. The
> Manifesto links to an apple-gcc42 portfile which you have to download
> and build.
Are you sure there is an apple-gcc42 for Tiger in macports? Because it
seems I only have the one I downloaded from the manifesto.
$ port list apple-gcc42
apple-gcc42 @5531 lang/apple-gcc42
$ port info apple-gcc42
apple-gcc42 @5531 (lang)
Apple's version of the GNU compiler collection, version 4.2. Supports
C and Objective-C.
Maintainers: mww at macports.org
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