[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: GNUstep on MacOSX
Re: GNUstep on MacOSX
Mon, 24 Apr 2006 12:52:58 +0200
Le 24 avr. 06 à 01:53, Yves de Champlain a écrit :
Le 06-04-23 à 18:26, Quentin Mathé a écrit :
Well the last time I tried, basically I was getting a segmentation
fault every times I was loading a bundle (using FSF GCC 4.0.1, and
GNUstep repository version from 3 weeks ago). I stumbled on this
issue several times in the previous year. With GDB, I observed the
problem was due to every classes in a bundle being correctly
registered at runtime on load, but not selectors (even if they
were perfectly present in the object files), but I have never been
able to figure how I could have fix this behavior.
Which GCC version would you recommend now to compile/use GNUstep
on Mac OS X 10.4 ?
Just to be sure, I want to state that I'm trying to use GNUstep
Foundation/AppKit in Apple X11 context.
What I found out (with some help !!!!) is that anything that is
somehow, sometimes linked to libobjc.A (Apple's) will cause a
segfault at startup (in dyld)
for example, on Tiger, gnustep-gui will crash if it uses aspell and
if aspell is built with nls support because gettext uses
CoreFoundation which is itself linked to libobjc.A. configuring
aspell with --disable-nls fix the problem.
I use 1.12.0/0.10.3 gnustep core with FSF gcc 4.1. 4.1 not only
accepts objc++ but it alos deals better with -bundle. I also use
odcctool-20060123, because Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf found better
results at objc regression tests than with Apple's tool chain.
everything should be available through darwinports soon, but I've
been saying this for at least two weeks :-\
Well it's a bit off topic, but may be you can help me… Right now, I'm
unable to compile FSF GCC 4.1 on Mac OS X 10.4, I just got this error :
checking for powerpc-apple-darwin8.6.0-gcc... /Users/qmathe/Desktop/
gccbuild/./gcc/xgcc -B/Users/qmathe/Desktop/gccbuild/./gcc/ -B/gcc41/
lib/ -isystem /gcc41/powerpc-apple-darwin8.6.0/include -isystem /
checking for C compiler default output file name... a.out
checking whether the C compiler works... configure: error: cannot run
C compiled programs.
If you meant to cross compile, use `--host'.
See `config.log' for more details.
make: *** [configure-target-libstdc++-v3] Error 1
In the config.log, the output is :
configure:2275: checking for correct version of gmp.h
configure:2288: gcc -c -g -O2 conftest.c 1>&5
configure:2278:17: error: gmp.h: No such file or directory
configure: In function 'main':
Then I suppose I have to install libgmp (because it isn't part of Mac
OS X by default, right ?), but it looks weird in my opinion taking in
account it has never been the case in the past iirc.
Here are my configure flags : '--prefix=/gcc41 --enable-languages=c,c+