a new mac mini available for libreoffice dev but ...
eagles051387 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 09:02:38 PDT 2012
I have been doing some experimentation and I think we are almost at that
stage to be able to start building against 10.7 SDK. I have run into
issues with the bridges module, and from what I can tell the Uno bridge
is giving some issues, and its causing cairo to fail. If either of you
are interested I am more then willing to post my autogen.lastrun.
I think the easiest solution would be to have 2 versions one built
against the older 10.4 sdk for older ppc machines and the newest SDK for
intel based machines.
On 05/04/2012 17:51, Tor Lillqvist wrote:
>> i tried to install XCode3.2.6 but it failed.
> Failed in what way? I don't recall any problem when I installed it on 10.7.
>> XCode 4.3.2 has no installer
> Xcode 4.3.2 is available only on the Mac App Store, its installation
> is very trivial, it all just works. As is expected from (also the Mac)
> App Store.
> But if you don't intend to do any other development than LibreOffice,
> you won't need Xcode 4, just Xcode 3. (In fact, having both might make
> it a bit harder even as you need to make sure you don't confuse them.)
> That said, eventually (well, hopefully sooner than later, LO will be
> buildable also with a current Xcode and SDK. But we are not there yet.
>> and i can not find the SDK 10.4.u package on apple site.
> The 10.4 SDK is part of Xcode 3.2.6.
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