[Libreoffice] ok to use MacPorts for dependencies??
eagles051387 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 07:46:27 PST 2011
Christian can you update the wiki please as it has a lot of stuff which
as your saying isn't needed.
On 1/23/11 4:28 PM, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
> Hi *,
> On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 9:16 AM, Jonathan Aquilina
> <eagles051387 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 1/23/11 3:43 AM, David Dumaresq wrote:
>> 1. coreutils (from MacPorts)
> You don't need those at all
>> 2. pkgconfig (from MacPorts)
> You don't need this either 
>> 3. automake (from MacPorts)
> You definitely don't need that
>> 4. wget (from MacPorts)
> You definietly don't need that.
>> 5. libidl (from MacPorts)
> You don't need this 
>> 6. Archive::Zip for perl (from cpan)
> You definietly don't need this.
>> 7. GIT (http://code.google.com/p/git-osx-installer/)
> You need this (unless you want to download hundreds of megabytes again
> and again)
>> 8. Mac OS X 10.4 SDK (from XCode install)
> You need this.
> This isn't any better.
> I wrote this so often already:
> Using system hunspell on mac is stupid, no mac user will have hunspell
> installed on the system. So compiling agains system version is the
> same as disabling it.
> Automake/autoconf, m4, coreutils, libgmp, iconv: All useless, not needed.
>  You don't need /any/ external dependency unless you want to
> compile mozilla/seamonkey from scratch (i.e. when not using
> Then you /need/: libIDL and glib2 and gettext (and pkg-config for convenience).
> All the other stuff is useless and not needed at all.
> But you should get ccache as well, to speed up subsequent builds
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