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Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] [patch] fix for building Qt on Mac with "-ar

From: Tony Theodore
Subject: Re: [Mingw-cross-env-list] [patch] fix for building Qt on Mac with "-arch windows"
Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 02:02:20 +1000

On 22 May 2010 01:41, Mark Brand <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>>> It's possible that the solution will expose new issues, so please try
>>>>> it
>>>>> before applying! :)
>>>> With those changes, CFG_MAC_ARCHS remains unset, so the build fails
>>>> later on with some byte order/endian error messages (log attached).
>>>> I'll try to have another look at it tonight, I'm curious to see what
>>>> "-arch windows" does on other systems. If it gets silently ignored, we
>>>> may just be able to remove the configure check for MAC and let it be
>>>> passed along.
>>> Thanks for trying that. I've looked at your log and it looks like you
>>> tried
>>> out the Qt 4.7.0-beta1 version. We seem to be making progress.
>>> The block at line 5586 in the configure script is where the logic is
>>> wrong
>>> if [ "$CFG_ENDIAN" = "auto" ]; then
>>>    if [ "$PLATFORM_MAC" = "yes" ]; then
>>>        true #leave as auto
>>>    else
>>>        "$unixtests/endian.test" "$XQMAKESPEC" $OPT_VERBOSE "$relpath"
>>> "$outpath"
>>>        F="$?"
>>>        if [ "$F" -eq 0 ]; then
>>>        elif [ "$F" -eq 1 ]; then
>>>            CFG_ENDIAN="Q_BIG_ENDIAN"
>>>        else
>>>            echo
>>>            echo "The target system byte order could not be detected!"
>>>            echo "Turn on verbose messaging (-v) to see the final report."
>>>            echo "You can use the -little-endian or -big-endian switch to"
>>>            echo "$0 to continue."
>>>            exit 101
>>>        fi
>>>    fi
>>> fi
>>> The workaround is probably to add "-little-endian" to the configure
>>> options?
>>> Would you mind trying that? If it works, I'll patch the configure script
>>> too.
>> Adding -little-endian does indeed work and allows the build to
>> complete and the test program to run.
> Excellent. Was that for Qt 4.6.2 or Qt 4.7.0-beta1? Can you check on both?

That was 4.7, 4.6 seems to already have the -little-endian enabled.

Did you see my last message? I don't think these changes are
applicable to 4.6 where the native and cross builds are separate.


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