|Subject:||Re: [Chicken-users] Re: Problems installing eggs|
|Date:||Thu, 23 Jul 2009 10:55:32 +0200|
Regarding objc, it's in the repository but incomplete. Regarding
MacPorts, if you *always* want to look in a nonstandard location for
libraries, you should be able to add /opt/local/lib and
/opt/local/include to the gcc/ld flags when you compile Chicken.
Easiest way to do this is probably to edit Makefile.macosx and add
C_COMPILER_OPTIONS += -I/opt/local/include
LINKER_OPTIONS += -L/opt/local/lib
You also need to `make confclean` before compiling. This should work.
With chicken-setup it used to be possible to add includes and library
paths on the fly and pass them to csc using the -c option. Although
that's not directly possible with Chicken 4, you can use the
CSC_OPTIONS env variable to achieve the same result:
CSC_OPTIONS="-L/opt/local/lib -I/opt/local/include" chicken-install4
I do this when building the sql-de-lite module so it sees the local
copy of sqlite3 3.6 in my home directory under ~/local.
2009/7/12 Colin Fleming <address@hidden>:
> _______________________________________________> Hi all,
> Replying to my own mail here, looks like this was a combination of problems.
> Reading around a bit, looks like readline is ported to v4 but objc is not
> (although it appears on the v4 page, perhaps I'm mistaken here?) I also had
> problems installing v3, and it seems like chicken-setup/install has trouble
> finding libs installed by MacPorts in /opt/local/lib. Is there a global way
> to configure this when configuring chicken? Either way, I have v3 working
> now after installing chicken itself (3.4.0) through ports.
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