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From Patrick Higgins <>
Subject Re: Make Test fails on Mac OS X
Date Thu, 27 Jan 2005 22:34:00 GMT
Sorry to interject here, but are you guys doing any
testing on xserves or regular OSX machines? (Maybe
that is why I had so much trouble getting it to install
on my machine. Had to go thru some real hoops to
get it running.) Curious about what I face when I start
to move my site from my local machine to an xserve...
Have you had any problems with OSX10.3.7 installations?



On Jan 27, 2005, at 3:20 PM, Joe Schaefer wrote:

> Derrick Spell <> writes:
>> Now, I can tell you this.  As I understand it, OSX has it's own 
>> version  of
>> libtool loaded at /usr/bin/libtool.  The GNU version of libtool is
>> installed as /usr/bin/glibtool  and the corresponding  
>> /usr/bin/glibtoolize.
>> Does this help at all?
> Not really, because the libtool I used to make the 2.04 tarball was
> from debian linux's amd64 port (my local machine).  OS X's glibtool
> doesn't factor in, unless you want to run buildconf yourself.  Only
> developers using svn (trunk) should need to do that.
> We have a --with-libtool flag for the buildconf script in trunk,
> so feel free to test it out the trunk if you want.  I remember
> someone recently tried to make it OSX friendly (search the list
> archives for OS X, it wasn't more than a few months ago), so
> that might work better for you than the 2.04 you're using.
> -- 
> Joe Schaefer

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