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Development => Patches & Projects => Topic started by: wernieman on October 13, 2008, 03:09:15 PM

Title: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: wernieman on October 13, 2008, 03:09:15 PM
I make a new cross-compiler on my nightly-compiler Server.

Can somebody test it on an Intel-Mac?
http://www.wernieman.de/hello_world

when it works, I look for the libarys an make a test simutrans for intel-mac.
when it works, I make a cross-compiler for powerpc
and then I test the automatic nightly build for mac ....

so it is the first step of building and testing ....

(P.S. thanks to everybody who help me...)
Title: Re: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: wernieman on October 14, 2008, 06:03:44 AM
Sorry for the pushing but ...

Have somebody testet it?

With no feedback there is no interesting and I stop the projekt ;o)
Title: Re: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: VS on October 14, 2008, 09:34:12 AM
On this forum there are maybe three people who can test ::) Maybe wait a week or so?
Title: Re: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: leopard on October 30, 2008, 07:50:20 PM
I don't get a page to view, "operation timed out" in firefox
Title: Re: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: leopard on November 12, 2008, 10:50:10 PM
downloads now, as "untyped binary data" what is it supposed to do?
Title: Re: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: wernieman on November 12, 2008, 11:01:04 PM
it is only a shell-exe ....

I geht problem with compiling simutrans on the new cross-compiler .. I get sse-Problems :o(
Title: Re: Test cross-compiling for MAC with a hello-world programm
Post by: leopard on November 15, 2008, 11:20:34 AM
given the way apple change things between the different versions of OS X, I'd be surprised if cross compiling ever really worked. Apples "way" is that to develop for the mac you have to have one.

and if they were not so flipping expensive to buy as a second machine I day say some people would. doesn't help that the OS X server machines are not cheap either.

the environment of OS X doesn't seem overly happy with the idea of being built from scripts either, hence most of my development work still uses makefiles, were I can see whats going on.

if you want me to run a compile on a test program however let me know.

I'm running a laptop, since I never had the space for the mac pro I wanted, or the 30" monitor otherwise I'd have a low bandwidth server here :-)