[vlc-devel] Re: Fix for apple's dual definition errors
d.hartman at student.utwente.nl
Thu Jul 3 12:11:58 CEST 2003
On donderdag, jul 3, 2003, at 00:13 Europe/Amsterdam, John Michael
>> From the web ;)
>> Look it get's updates.
>>> 1. Apple's linker is kind of strange, and the behavior has changed
>>> between major versions, so some things that didn't generate
>>> complaints now do and vice versa - the complaints do not
>>> necessarily indicate a real problem that the compiler is saving you
>>> from. For example: multiple definitions. Anyway, the magic
>>> incantation with the latest version of the tools Apple ships is:
>>> -multiply_defined <error|warn|suppress>. Default is error, but
>>> suppressing them is usually safe if you think it should be. FWIW,
>>> the other common bogus compiler error tends to be cured with:
>>> CFLAGS="-no-cpp-precomp", just in case you or someone else run into
>>> any other common mac problems.
>> sam, Meuuh, i'm sure one of you guys will know where to put this.
> Yes, but my toolchain did not change at all between VLC CVS from a
> week ago (when 0.6.0 built on OSX) and VLC CVS now (which does not for
> me). I tend to think that I updated /usr/local incorrectly. Can
> someone please check to see if the link points to the correct stuff,
> and then send me the link again? I'm not sure if the one on the
> website is the correct one?
Your toolchain did not change, but the source did ;)
This is the correct path.
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