|Subject:||[Bug-gnubg] Gnubg builds and runs on Snow Leopard|
|Date:||Sun, 6 Sep 2009 12:06:23 -0400|
I was able to build gnubg from a snapshot on my Core 2 Duo MacBook running OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). It seems to run correctly. After having difficulty building the required libraries on my own (see my recent post), I decided to use MacPorts to install everything I needed. MacPorts already provides "universal" versions of all the gnubg dependencies, so all the stuff it built supports both i386 (32 bit) and x86_64 (64 bit) architectures.
However, I was unable to compile a 64 bit version of gnubg. Apparently the QuickTime framework needed by sound.c on OS X is not available for x86_64.
So I settled for i386, and was able to build without incident. Here's what I got:
(No game) show version
My (employer's) 8-core Nehalem Mac Pro is not yet running Snow Leopard (because Cisco has not yet provided a SL-compatible Clean Access Agent, which is keeping my employer from allowing us to upgrade to 10.6). Once I can install SL on that machine, I'll be able to investigate how multiple threads are handled.
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