darwin threads on boehm-gc was Re: Status page
Wed Feb 12 14:37:00 GMT 2003
Andrew Haley wrote:
> You might be pleased to learn that Mac OS X, Version 10.2, just dropped
> into my mailbox.
Got mine as well yesterday. Copy number xyz. (10.2.3) Did you get the same?
> I presume that there will be a bunch of other software/upgrades/etc
> required before I can try building gcc. I'd be grateful if you could
> let me know what I'll need.
Ok, the Developer tool should be part of the copy.
And then you need texinfo-4.2 at least.
Automake/Autoconf are delivered with, but in version 1.6/2.5x. So you
need a copy of this tools as well (the java tool chain.)
If you want to run tests then you also need dejagnu, expect, tcl and
last but not least a working kernel.
I can pass you one in priv.
The deja, expect versions are from cvs, tcl is 8.4.1.
Hope I didn't forget too much.
I placed all in /usr/local/ and built it myself.
Don't forget to create enough partitions while you're at it. HFS+ or ufs.
Let me know if you're stuck.
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