Compilation on OS X 10.11
sbergman at redhat.com
Mon Feb 22 11:36:11 UTC 2016
On 02/21/2016 06:45 PM, Quentin Pradet wrote:
> After first trying to compile LibreOffice on my system last week, I just
> found out today that LibreOffice did not compile on OS X 10.11
> but that disabling Firebird fixed the issue
> It *is* written in bold, but I just went to "Quick pre-canned setup" and
> expected it to work, but I had to add "--disable-firebird-sdbc" to
> Is there an entry on Bugzilla? I did not find one. Since I can reproduce
> the issue on my system, I would like to help fixing it.
"For now, firebird doe snot build on macosx 10.11" made building on Mac
OS X 10.11 default to --disable-firebird-sdbc (while all other
environments defaulted to --enable-firebird-sdbc).
"firebird compat issue with macosx 10.11 was fixed by sberg some time
ago" erroneously assumed that the underlying problem had gone and that
--enable-firebird-sdbc could be made the default again on Mac OS X
10.11, too. But what the commit actually did was erroneously make
--disable-firebird-sdbc the default in /all/ environments.
"Make --enable-firebird-sdbc the default again" fixed the previous
commit, and made --enable-firebird-sdbc the general default again. It
did not bother to re-introduce a special case for Mac OS X 10.11, though.
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