shiruba at galapagossoftware.com
Fri Nov 9 02:30:18 CET 2012
haha I see. It seemed very easy at the time, though. The binaries were
just there, so I linked them. The reason for doing it that was was just
that the installer/FAQ mentioned using the "Unix tools" option in the
installer, but the "installer" is different now the App Store and has no
If there is a "proper" way to do things, though, of course it would be
better to update the documentation and installer to reflect that. I have
to wonder, though, what does the official way do? The same thing I did?
Or does it install separate tools?
2012/11/1 Jonas Maebe <jonas.maebe at elis.ugent.be>
> On 01 Nov 2012, at 05:38, Noah Silva wrote:
> > 2012/8/16 Jonas Maebe <jonas.maebe at elis.ugent.be>
> >> FPC works with the assembler and linker of Xcode 2.x up to and
> >> including the latest Xcode 4.x, but with Xcode 4.3 and later you have to
> >> but with Xcode 4.3 and later you have to install them separately
> > Really? I just had to link them from the appropriate folder in the XCode
> > application bundle (to the global binary folder). Perhaps this is
> > I used to have 3.x on the same machine?
> No, that works with any Xcode version that has ever been released
> (although in the past the binaries were somewhere below the /Developer
> folder rather than inside the Xcode application bundle). However, it works
> in the same way that installing the "hackintosh" Mac OS X distribution on a
> generic PC works: in a completely unsupported and probably incomplete way,
> that may break at any time (e.g. in this case when the compiler/linker
> needs a file or utility that you forgot to symlink).
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