|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnubg] make system|
|Date:||Wed, 24 Aug 2005 14:45:16 -0600|
Interesting. Under Panther I could build reliably from a CVS pull with the exception of having to remove the LIBGMP entry in config.h. Originally before I updated the cvs repository the MAC build was pretty broke (Math routines were wrong, Sound didn't work, MAC specific libraries had to be added to the Common Libraries under certain configurations). One other problem that existed is that one of the MAC XCode updates broke Dynamic Linking modules and as recommended on the newsgroups backed out the questionnable Xcode (Panther) patch.
This all worked (With the exception of LIBGMP). You could do an:
./configure (With appropriate options)
To generate a user customizable build you just pass parameters to the configure line above (3d boards, gtks2, sound, python, bearoff location etc). On Panther I could do a 3D build but it was problematic. It had been identified quite a while back that there was some incompatibility in the OS/X OpenGL layer somewhere.
Crashes/hangs are common with the 3D build. 3D Builds did work PRIOR to a recoding of the OpenGL stuff about 2 years ago (Especially in the preferences/options).
Under Tiger It took only minor tweaking to get the ./autogen.sh, ./configure make process to function properly - to produce the 2D Builds with sound.
The Sound on Panther (And Tiger) works if you use the Quicktime framework for the sound (Assuming it is built properly)
On 24-Aug-05, at 2:30 PM, Jon Nall wrote:
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