OS X 10.8 dependency computation
Create a wiki page for the issue. I'm putting a straw-man text here.
OS X 10.8 by default uses libstdc++ from gcc 4.2.1, which does not support C++11 features. ndn-cxx, NFD, NLSR, etc. are selecting the correct STL library using
-stdlib=libc++. However, all dependencies (boost, cryptopp, protoc, log4cxx) needs to be compiled with the same STL library, otherwise code will not compile.
I couldn't find an easy way to do it with macrports. The following steps assume that homebrew is used:
The following ports are necessary to compile
All C++ ports needs to be configured in C++11 model (with --c++11 flag):
brew update brew install boost --c++11 brew install cryptopp --c++11 brew install log4cxx --c++11 brew install protobuf --c++11
Updated by Junxiao Shi over 6 years ago
User shouldn't be expected to perform manual edits.
sed to automate the edits.
A concern of this method is that it may break other ports that depend on them and need libstdc++.
An alternate is to duplicate those ports (
boost11 protobuf11 crypto11 p log4cxx11) with new port definition.
Updated by Alex Afanasyev over 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Assignee set to Alex Afanasyev
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