2 Quick Things

Jake Goulding shepmaster at mac.com
Tue Aug 7 16:05:51 CEST 2001

Hey all,

just was perusing Apples site, and, in relation to the Mac OS X port, it 
looks as if we should use -no-cpp-precomp instead of the 
-traditional-cpp flag:

"By default, the precompilation preprocessor (also known as cpp-precomp) 
is used to preprocess C and Objective-C source code. However, in some 
cases, this may not be desirable. (An example would be having Pascal 
source code in a file whose name is the same as some C header file, 
except for a .p extension - the precompilation preprocessor would 
mistake such a file as being a precompiled header file.) While the 
-traditional-cpp switch can be used to indicate that the GNU 
preprocessor should be used instead, at some point in the future, this 
switch will revert back to its original intent, which was to indicate 
that the preprocessor should behave like traditional preprocessors, 
rather than as the ISO C Standard requires. In order to avoid problems 
in the future, the -no-cpp-precomp switch should be used instead of the 
-traditional-cpp switch. "

Just a heads up.


on the fresh .82 release, i get the following error:

cc -fPIC -fPIC  libdvdcss.so.0 -o ../../lib/libdvdcss.so.0.0.2 
libdvdcss.o css.o ioctl.o -bundle -undefined suppress -shared -bundle 
-undefined suppress -shared
cc: libdvdcss.so.0: No such file or directory
make[3]: *** [../../lib/libdvdcss.so.0.0.2] Error 1
make[2]: *** [libdvdcss] Error 2
make[1]: *** [libdvdcss] Error 2
make: *** [plugins/dvd.a] Error 2



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