[GEM-dev] configure (again): call for testing....
tigital at mac.com
Thu Jul 7 19:08:51 CEST 2005
On Jul 7, 2005, at 7:49 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
> james tittle wrote:
>> On Jul 6, 2005, at 11:22 AM, james tittle wrote:
>>> ...those are just off the top of my head, will continue to poke
>>> around and re-configure as I used for the /src/gnu build system...
>> ...hmm, now I've tried:
>> tiggity:~/puredataDev/Gem/src tigital$ ./configure --
>> includedir=../../ GemLibs:../../pd-0.38-4/src --with-ftgl --without-x
>> configure: error: expected an absolute directory name for --
>> includedir: ../../GemLibs:../../pd-0.38-4/src
>> ...is there any particular reason why configure needs an absolute
>> directory name in this build system and not the src/gnu one?
> i guess, "because the current directory is undefined"
...I thought it used to work? Isn't there a way for configure to
know what directory it's in? In any case, it's just a bit more
> anyhow, i noticed that i could perfectly well run a "configure"-
> script on osX (don't know which version though; i guess is 10.3;
> how can i get the osX-version from the command line??) that was
> made with autoconf on x86-linux.
> jamie, what was your problem again with using a linux-generated
> configure-script ?
> if there is none, i'd like to check one in, which would enable
> people with the wrong version of autoconf-tools installed to
> compile Gem without installing the correct version.
...I didn't have any problem using the linux-generated configure-
script: we deleted it from cvs because we wanted to force people to
create their own so that it's as up-to-date as possible (remember, it
was very old and crusty)...
...so to just to let off, here's how I'm configuring:
./configure --includedir=/Users/tigital/puredataDev/GemLibs --with-
pd=/Users/tigital/pd-0.38-4/bin --with-ftgl --without-x --without-
...and here's the current output:
Target : Gem.pd_darwin
Objects : Base Controls Geos Manips MarkEx Nongeos
Particles Pixes openGL
Compiler : g++
CXXFLAGS : -g -O2 -freg-struct-return -O3 -fno-
builtin -falign-loops=16 -funroll-loops -ffast-math -faltivec
LIBS : -ldl -lz -lm
LDFLAGS : -framework QuickTime -framework Carbon -
framework AGL -framework OpenGL
Strip : strip -x
Install path : /usr/local
version : 0.0
used optional libraries:
use ImageMagick :
use TIFF :
use JPEG :
use mpeg :
use mpeg-3 :
use QuickTime :
use aviplay :
use ffmpeg :
use v4l : no
use ieee1394 :
using ARB-extensions : yes
using reg-struct-ret : yes
Now run make ...
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