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Tue, 14 May 2002 10:43:56 +0200
today, when building GNUstep for the first time with Apple's new
Developer Tools, I found, base/configure would not choose the
right compiler. Currently, I've installed cc, gcc and gcc3 in
In make, I do:
CC=gcc3 ./configure ...
Then, in base:
configure would choose gcc as the complier.
But isn't GNUstep expected to have the name of the compiler
hardwired somewhere in $GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT? Then, configure
should use this name, too, IMHO.
As there is a easy workaround, I'll look for a patch later.
P.S.: Apple's gcc3 is built from a branch which doesn't fully
support -fconstant-string-class, yet.