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Re: Compilation on OS X failed


From: Quentin Mathé
Subject: Re: Compilation on OS X failed
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 17:23:59 +0100

Hi,

Le 25 janv. 05, à 09:24, Oliver Langer a écrit :

I've posted the following bug months ago using the bugtracker on savannah, but maybe this tracker is not consulted so frequently. Whatever...

The bug tracker is consulted frequently and we correct reported bugs as much as possible… hmm, I'm unable to find similar it on the tracker, may be your bug has been closed because it was not reproducible and more details were needed (and we haven't received them), may be it has been fixed but not correctly : to know more I need the bug number to check it… And have you checked the state of your bug report ? Just a quick note, it is better to submit the bug report with a mail address in order we can contact you directly for more details and you get notifications when it is edited.

Trying to install GNUstep once again on my OS X box by following the instructions (README's, Platform notes etc.), i got the following error:

<snip>
Making install for resource_set base-resources...
 Compiling file GCObject.m ...
GSObjCRuntime.m: In function `GSAppendMethodToList':
GSObjCRuntime.m:881: warning: assignment discards qualifiers from pointer target type
GSObjCRuntime.m: In function `gs_skip_type_qualifier_and_layout_info':
GSObjCRuntime.m:1109: error: `_C_BYREF' undeclared (first use in this function) GSObjCRuntime.m:1109: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
GSObjCRuntime.m:1109: error: for each function it appears in.)
make[3]: *** [shared_debug_obj/GSObjCRuntime.o] Error 1
make[3]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
</snip>

The reason seems to be the following: The definitions for
  _C_BYREF
  _C_GCINVISIBLE
  _F_BYREF
  _F_GCINVISIBLE
are missing in preface.h under section for NEXTSTEP (<- is this correct for OS X?). Adding these definitions the compilation and installation ends up with success.

Hope this helps!

More details are needed here : Mac OS X version, Apple developer tools version, FSF GCC version, gnustep-make and gnustep-base version (for cvs version, the date is needed)… When have you tried to install it the last time ? Was it a cvs version ? When you talk about README, do you mean the README.Darwin ?

You can encounter some problems with the latest Mac OS X and Apple developers tools versions for the README.Darwin instructions (to have libxml, libxslt correctly detected), I plan to correct this problem soon.

Thanks,
Quentin.

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Quentin Mathé
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