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Octave-2.1.49 and Apple GCC 3.3

From: Fumihiro CHIBA
Subject: Octave-2.1.49 and Apple GCC 3.3
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 00:48:09 +0900


GCC 3.3 for Mac OS X is published as developer tools by Apple on 24 June. Using GCC 3.3, I succeeded in the installation of Octave-2.1.49 on Mac OS X 10.2.6. So, I report on the Installation of Octave-2.1.49 using GCC 3.3.

Plan of the installation:
1. Install "December 2002 Mac OS X Developer Tools", if necessary.
2. Install "Dec 2002 gcc Updater" ( as GCC 3.3) , if necessary.
( You can get them from  )
In order to get developer tools, you need registration as developer at 3. Install g77 , if necessary. (For example, g77 is obtained from Fink. This g77 is for GCC 3.1. But there may be no problem.) 4. Install libraries Readline, dejaGNU and gperf, if necessary. (refer to ) You can also obtain them from Fink.
5. Install fftw-2.1.5 and ATLAS, if necessary.
6. Install Octave-2.1.49
6.1 do the command:  setenv FLIBS '-L/sw/lib/ -lg2c'
6.2  do the command: ./configure
The configure command digs fftw-2.1.5 and ATLAS automatically without option. 6.3 Edit octave-2.1.49/config.h. Change "/* #undef HAVE_DYLD_API */" to "#define HAVE_DYLD_API 1".
6.4 make  (,If configure  ends with no error)
6.5 sudo make install  (,If make  ends with no error)
On details of the above procedure, refer to

Fumihiro CHIBA
Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan

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