[pylucene-dev] binaries and compilers
vajda at osafoundation.org
Sun Oct 15 22:53:00 PDT 2006
On Mon, 16 Oct 2006, Sandro Tolaini wrote:
>> The 20061014 snapshot of gcc 4.2.0 apparently doesn't have the patches that
>> were made available by Sandro Tolaini for the 4.0.2 release 
>> Hence, it doesn't build on Intel Mac OS X.
> They have been checked in a few days ago. You will need to enable java
> language at configure time with --enable-languages=c,c++,java
Yes, this is how I build it. The 20061014 snapshot still says that libffi,
boehm-gc, libjava, etc.. are not valid configurations when I run the top-level
configure. I'll try the next snapshot when it's available...
Also, I tried to build the same snapshot on a PPC G4 with OS X 10.4.8 but that
failed at some point saying that it couldn't run the compiler. It looks like
it's building a compiler for a 64 bit ppc, which my old powerbook is not.
Then, I switched to a G5 with OS X 10.3.9 and that build failed with some
error about how -force_cupsubtype_ALL needed to be used and I tried adding it
to every *FLAGS* variable I found in gcc/Makefile.in but that didn't help.
On another note, have you had any success in building a functional gcj 4.x for
Windows ? I got 4.0.2 to build early July, cross-compiled on Ubuntu, but the
resulting PyLucene.pyd wasn't functional.
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