Changeset c72a344 in git


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Timestamp:
24/02/15 20:24:42 (5 years ago)
Author:
Olly Betts <olly@…>
Branches:
line_contents, master, stereo, travis-osx
Children:
0970b9d
Parents:
35903f9
Message:

buildmacosx.sh: Move the instructions about specifying the
architecture to the top of the file with the other instructions.

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2 edited

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  • ChangeLog

    r35903f9 rc72a344  
     1Tue Feb 24 20:24:16 GMT 2015  Olly Betts <olly@survex.com>
     2
     3        * buildmacosx.sh: Move the instructions about specifying the
     4          architecture to the top of the file with the other instructions.
     5
    16Tue Feb 24 20:23:19 GMT 2015  Olly Betts <olly@survex.com>
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  • buildmacosx.sh

    r35903f9 rc72a344  
    4646# default to assuming at least OS X 10.5, but we've not heard from anyone
    4747# trying with such an old version.
     48#
     49# Mac OS X support "fat" binaries which contain code for more than one
     50# processor, but the wxWidgets build system doesn't seem to allow creating
     51# these, so we have to choose what processor family to build for.  By default
     52# we use -arch x86_64 which produces a build which will only work on 64-bit
     53# Intel Macs, but that's probably all machines modern enough to worry about.
     54#
     55# If you want a build which also works on older 32 bit Intel Macs, then run
     56# this script passing i386 on the command line, like so:
     57#
     58#   ./buildmacosx.sh i386
     59#
     60# Or to build for much older machines with a Power PC processor, use:
     61#
     62#   ./buildmacosx.sh ppc
    4863
    4964set -e
     
    7590done
    7691
    77 # Mac OS X support "fat" binaries which contain code for more than one
    78 # processor, but the wxWidgets build system doesn't seem to allow creating
    79 # these.
    80 #
    81 # We default to using -arch x86_64 which produces a build which will only work
    82 # on # 64-bit Intel Macs, but that's probably all machines modern enough to
    83 # worry about.
    84 #
    85 # If you want a build which also works on 32 bit Intel Macs, then run this
    86 # script passing i386:
    87 #
    88 #   ./buildmacosx.sh i386
    89 #
    90 # Or to build for much older machines with a Power PC processor, use:
    91 #
    92 #   ./buildmacosx.sh ppc
    9392arch_flags='-arch '${1:-x86_64}
    9493
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