[KDE/Mac] Help my confusion

Jeremy Whiting jpwhiting at kde.org
Sun Feb 8 03:11:25 UTC 2015

Ok, googling showed me this:
which fixes kio also. Does it make sense to check that into kio itself with
an #ifdef Q_OS_MAC, or is that not needed anymore on "modern" OS X? I'll
try this patch on my other machine and make sure it doesn't break there,
then put it on reviewboard I guess.

On Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 6:29 PM, Jeremy Whiting <jpwhiting at kde.org> wrote:

> Ok, I figured it out. I have a 64 bit processor (Core 2 Duo) running most
> things in 64 bit, but the kernel itself is 32 bit. Anyway, I installed
> clang-3.7 from macports, now just need to make cmake use that instead of
> Xcode's clang I guess.
> On Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 4:53 PM, René J.V. <rjvbertin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Saturday February 07 2015 16:27:14 Jeremy Whiting wrote:
>> > /me hides, no I didn't though I did google _environ to see what that
>> was.
>> It's probably the (global) variable that contains the env. variables.
>> > I thought it was a 64 bit machine, when it had snow leopard it was 64
>> bit I
>> > thought, apparently it isn't though. uname -a is showing i386 :/ I know
>> That kind of depends on how the kernel is loaded, but it's possible to
>> run 64bit apps with a 32bit kernel. I think.
>> Looking at the cpu will give you a definitive answer.
>> > 32 bit drivers for video, but I didn't think the whole os was 32 bit,
>> maybe
>> > I got the wrong installer or something somehow?
>> No, unless you got a hacked version that was stripped of its universal
>> binaries...
>> R.
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