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Re: Install Image package on Mac OS X

From: pm
Subject: Re: Install Image package on Mac OS X
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 17:34:17 -0700 (PDT)


thank you very much for all your answers. Actually I re-installed XCode
first to have 'make' because I needed it anyway to install fink. I also
installed gfortran as you advised. 
After I tried to install image package and it didn't work:

I had this kind of warning:
ld: warning: in
/Applications/, file was built
for i386 which is not the architecture being linked (x86_64)

after a bunch of lines like:
Undefined symbols:
  "intNDArray<octave_int<signed char> >::increment_index(Array<int>&,
dim_vector const&, int)", referenced from:
      octave_value_list do_filtering<intNDArray<octave_int<signed char> >,
octave_int<signed char>, intNDArray<octave_int<signed char> >,
octave_int<signed char> >(intNDArray<octave_int<signed char> > const&,
boolNDArray const&, octave_int<signed char> (*)(intNDArray<octave_int<signed
char> >&, int, int), intNDArray<octave_int

and at the end:

ld: symbol(s) not found
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [__spatial_filtering__.oct] Error 1
'make' returned the following error: mkoctfile -Wall
error: called from `pkg>configure_make' in file
near line 1253, column 2
error: called from:
at line 714, column 5
at line 287, column 7

I assumed that it came from the fact that I used a binary file Octave
i386.dmg whereas I have a computer x86_64. So I guess that 'make' compiles
some files using the architecture x86_64, but I think it could be possible
to compile files for i836? How can I force 'make' to do that? Or do you
think the problem doesn't come from this?


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