[Qgis-developer] Link issues on mac

Tim Sutton tim at linfiniti.com
Wed Apr 2 19:44:02 EDT 2008


Ok Im back at home on my macbook and the symlink trick fixed the
problem! Thanks again!



2008/4/2, William Kyngesburye <woklist at kyngchaos.com>:
> On Apr 2, 2008, at 2:17 PM, Tom Elwertowski wrote:
> > Thanks to William for all the 64 bit libraries! I can build 32/64 bit for
> OS X 10.5 only or 32 bit for OS X 10.4 but haven't looked at how to build
> 32(10.4)/64(10.5) libraries.
> >
> > Tom
> >
> >
>  Looking forward to a 64bit Mac Qgis!
>  Anyways, for library build notes, I'm *slowly* updating my notes on my
> site, which include 64bit/Leopard builds.
>  Right now I prefer keeping Tiger Universal 32bit and Leopard Universal
> 32+64bit separate.  I started doing 32bit Tiger/Leopard + 64bit Leopard, but
> that was much more work (a lot of lipo-ing), and I later found other
> reasons:
>  - The 32bit side must stay Tiger-compatible.  You lose out on the Leopard
> side then for many updated libraries.  Similarly, there is a
> feature/compatibility disparity between 32bits and 64bits for Leopard.
>  - They would be difficult to use in other software that may expect the
> 32bit and 64bit parts to be built from the same SDK - ie compiling all 4
> archs together at once instead of lipoing together.
>  - Tiger is partially 64bit capable - libsystem and libz, for basic CLI
> programs.  So it could mistakenly try to run an application in 64bit mode if
> it's available on Tiger.  You would have to strip the 64bit when installed
> on Tiger.
>  -----
>  William Kyngesburye <kyngchaos*at*kyngchaos*dot*com>
>  http://www.kyngchaos.com/
>  First Pogril: Why is life like sticking your head in a bucket filled with
> hyena offal?
>  Second Pogril: I don't know.  Why IS life like sticking your head in a
> bucket filled with hyena offal?
>  First Pogril: I don't know either.  Wretched, isn't it?
>  -HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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