[Libreoffice] Mac OS X Discussion of Using Xcode and SDK >= 10.6
peter.teeson at bell.net
Mon May 9 09:36:27 PDT 2011
On 2011-05-09, at 6:02 AM, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 2:35 AM, Peter Teeson <peter.teeson at bell.net> wrote:
>> Hi Michael & *:
>> What discussions have there been of the idea of using Xcode, SDK 10.6
> What context are you talking about?
> regarding 10.6 SDK: Well, this surely will drop compatibility with
> 10.4 and also 10.5, so why would anyone want that?
I don't understand why you think it would drop 10.4 compatibility?
Please explain if I'm wrong but wouldn't It simply be an option?
Active Target is 10.4 or 10.6? You build what you want.
My wife still uses my old G4 867Mhz and Tiger (10.4).
So I think having a Tiger version is fine.
Perhaps newer capabilites would not be able to be implemented for Tiger.
But moving forward need not be constrained to Tiger. We can have both.
> and following.
Yes I followed that at the time and understand your concerns. See above.
>> up and the LLVM compiler?
> ? What's that? Why would that be a good thing?
Apple has pretty well moved from GCC to LLVM as the standard compiler.
>> What order of magnitude might bethe scope of work in terms on person hours?
> Supporting 10.6 SDK for building: can be done in one day - but see the
> above thread please.
See my musings in the other email answer to Tor.
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