[Libreoffice] Mac OS X Build
eric_openoffice at gmx.de
Thu Oct 7 22:35:38 PDT 2010
Am Thu, 7 Oct 2010 21:33:01 -0700 schrieb Joseph Powers:
> On my 10.6.4 machine, I had to install the following to get things to build:
> autoconf 2.68
> automake 1.11.1
> coreutils 8.5
> gettext 0.18.1.1
> git 188.8.131.52
> glib 2.26.0
> gmp 5.0.1
> libIDL 0.8.14
> libiconv 1.13.1 - I was having some issues with the base one not
> be recognized as GNU
> libidn 1.19
> libxml2 2.7.7 - Not sure why configure didn't find the base one
> (maybe because it's in Framework which is mac only)
> libxslt 1.1.26
> m4 1.4.15
> pkg-config 0.25
> wget 1.12
> I wouldn't worry too much about the "gcp" issue.
In this case yes :-) I didn't know that there are so many libs and
binaries needed at the moment. I just remember that the last time I
build a pre OOo 3.2.0 I was able to checkout the sources and build
it without ccache being the only additional software I installed.
Looking at this list now it reminds me of the building the X11 OOo
on the mac :-)
Is this because of a new build process that LibO uses compared to
the one OOo uses?
Plus, I wonder were all the cleanup work done by Christian Lohmaier
is gone. He did a great job in making OOo build on an
out-of-the-box with XCode installed.
Btw: Are there any up to date build instructions for Mac OS X? I
only found Linux instructions or can I use them on the mac as
> On a side note, I now hate MacPorts. I'm using a MacPro and
> installing -i386 fails on about half of the above installs.
> -x86_64 fails on about half (and if you don't include it, this is
> the default). The +universal option again fails on about half of
OK, I'm only on a 32bit machine and therefore I never had to deal
with those flags.
Btw does your build run on 32bit machines as well? I remember that
the project working on the "native VLC" for Mac OS X adopted 64bit
but during this process lost the ability to run their builds on
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