[osg-users] Mac OS X Snow Leopard
nicokruithof at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 01:00:58 PST 2009
I tried to compile osg/trunk as a static library on Snow Leopard this week
and it failed somewhere with a message about the quicktime library if I
remember correctly. I could build trunk again (shared or static) and send
the results to the cdash server if you are interested. It is a fresh snow
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 9:29 AM, Stephan Huber <ratzfatz at digitalmind.de>wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> Paul Martz schrieb:
> > Thanks, not sure about a 2.8.3, but it's under consideration. Good to
> > know you're interested.
> > I understand you can build 2.8.2 against the 10.5 SDK and still run on
> > Snow Leopard. My understanding is the changes to OSG for Snow Leopard
> > will allow someone to build OSG against the 10.6 SDK, is that right?
> Snow Leopard defaults to gcc 4.2 which is pickier than gcc 4.0 (the
> default for 10.5) The patches to Atomic + ReaderWriterQt fixes these
> issues with gcc 4.2.
> If you switch your xcode-projects to gcc 4.0 the current 2.8.x source
> builds fine for 10.4 on Snow Leopard.
> These patches are needed regardless what sdk you are targetting if you
> are using gcc 4.2. But they even work for 10.5 / gcc 4.0 :)
> I can add an automatic build/compile test for the 2.8.x-branch here on
> my local machine, currently I am only monitoring osg-trunk and provide
> fixes back to Robert if necessary. But I didn't move to 10.6 with this
> osg-users mailing list
> osg-users at lists.openscenegraph.org
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