Compilation on Apple's OSX 10.4 - 10.6 on Intel machines

Lorenzo Pesce lpesce@uchicago.edu
Mon Feb 22 18:20:00 GMT 2010


Dear all,
My problem is perhaps simple, but so far I haven't found a decent  
solution.
We distribute free software for statistical analysis for a number of  
platforms and uses.
We need to produce executables, statical libraries and dynamically  
linked libraries
(both .so and .jnilib).
We have figured out how to do that in the gcc environment (the  
original code is Fortran so
it took some creativity, but it works). However, now the solution is  
coming apart because
it does not seem to port across different versions of the OS and  
different processors.
I can live without 10.4, but I need to support both 10.5 and 10.6.

Does anyone know if there are compilation settings and/or compiler  
modifications that could
help me (e.g., the gfortran used by R seems to be able to do that,  
but not entirely).

Thanks a lot,

  Lorenzo



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