MacOS X Lion segv (signal 11), using MacPorts (install from scratch)
nelson.ferreira at ieee.org
Wed Sep 14 22:33:29 EDT 2011
robert delius royar <xemacs at frinabulax.org> writes:
> Wed, 14 Sep 2011 (00:05 -0400 UTC) Nelson Ferreira wrote:
>> "Stephen J. Turnbull" <stephen at xemacs.org> writes:
>>> Nelson Ferreira writes:
>>> > Has anyone else managed to successfully build XEmacs 21.5 under
>>> > MacOS X Lion ?
>>> As with all Mac OS X major version bumps, I'm going to avoid Lion as
>>> long as possible. :-) So, no, I haven't succeeded.
> Same here. However, I seem to recall some similar types of crashes
> reported, on an Apple list, that were as a result of changes in the
> libraries, changes that meant 64-bit libraries were being used where
> defines were designed for 32-bit uses. In the Apple crash report it
> looked as though the crashed thread was 64 bit. But the compilation and
> system type looks like it is assumed to be a 32-bit.
> On my SL system, I saw problems before I added "-arch i386" to my
> compilations when I was using parts of Macports or other self-compiled
> libraries (as I do in XEmacs). If you try that, does it fix the problem?
> Note, I am an English teacher, not a programmer, so take what I say
> about causes the way you might other cargo-cult suggestions.
It is certainly something worth trying (ie force 32 bits).
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