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Re: checking Mac OS X headers

From: Vincent Torri
Subject: Re: checking Mac OS X headers
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2009 09:27:06 +0100 (CET)


configure: error: in `/home/torri/svnroot/evas':
configure: error: Objective C preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check

I have looked at config.log but it does not help a lot.

Will you allow us to have a look at it?
(IOW, please post it.)

I have attached it.

Here's the clue:

configure:11850: checking whether we are using the GNU Objective C compiler
configure:11869: gcc -c   conftest.m >&5
gcc: error trying to exec 'cc1obj': execvp: No such file or directory
configure:11869: $? = 1

Your compiler doesn't speak Objective C.  Solution is to install the
respective frontend.

We have removed the support of mac os x but one of our devs wanted to compile the library, so i ask again. We currently have the following alternative

1) developpers who want to compile mac os x port can not because AC_LANG_PUSH/POP([Objective C]) is missing

2) developpers who have no mac os x (most of them), and certainly no objc gcc front end, must install it if we add AC_LANG_PUSH/POP([Objective C]), which is quite annoying.

is it possible, without having an objc compiler, to have that code:

AC_LANG_PUSH([Objective C])

    evas_engine_[]$1[]_libs="-framework Cocoa"

AC_LANG_POP([Objective C])

working ?

I can maybe execute that code if the host is darwin, but it is not the standard way of checking features, iirc

thank you


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