[PD] compiling externals for osx i5/i7
hans at at.or.at
Mon Nov 5 14:52:59 CET 2012
Yeah, I really don't think that Intel broke backwards compatibility with those new chips. There might be something else causing this issue, can you provide more info? A build log, the exact text of the error, etc.
On Nov 4, 2012, at 4:46 AM, Thomas Grill wrote:
> I would be very surprised if core2 binaries don't run on i3/i5/i7. In fact i compile all my binaries with optimization for core2 and switch back and forth between both platforms without any problems.
> Thomas Grill
> Am 04.11.2012 um 00:51 schrieb Miller Puckette <msp at ucsd.edu>:
>> This is strange... I thought i3/5/7 were upwards compatible with older
>> processors and hence should not need any recompilation at all. I hope
>> there's some mistake... otherwise we'd need to make a whole new set of
>> binaries for everything.
>> On Sat, Nov 03, 2012 at 10:47:10PM +0100, Orm Finnendahl wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>> I just found out that some of my custom externals stopped working on
>>> recent OSX (i5/i7) hardware (pd complains about arch mismatch).
>>> Since I don't own Apple gear I always compiled on a (virtual) OSX
>>> machine on my linux box. I'd rather avoid having to update the
>>> virtual box once again to a more recent OSX version, put the XCode
>>> stuff on it and spend hours after hours just to get a compilation
>>> My questions:
>>> - is there any way to make gcc cross compile for OSX on linux?
>>> - is there an extension for i5/i7 and dual-core externals on OSX so
>>> that they can co-habitate with each other (similar to the .l_ia64
>>> and .l_i386 on linux)?
>>> - is a recompilation for linux i5/i7 hardware also necessary (and
>>> what's the extension for that)?
>>> Thanks for any hints,
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