[New-bugs-announce] [issue14292] OS X installer build script doesn't set $CXX, so it ends up as "c++"

Nicholas Riley report at bugs.python.org
Tue Mar 13 21:44:25 CET 2012


New submission from Nicholas Riley <com-python-bugs at sabi.net>:

% python build-installer.py \
     --sdk-path=/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.6.sdk \
     --universal-archs=intel \
     --dep-target=10.6
Settings:
 * Source directory: /Users/nicholas/src/cpython
 * Build directory:  /tmp/_py
 * SDK location:     /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.6.sdk
 * Third-party source: /tmp/_py/third-party
 * Deployment target: 10.6
 * Universal architectures: ('i386', 'x86_64')
 * C compiler: gcc-4.2
[...]
Building a universal python for intel architectures
[...]
checking for c++... c++
configure: WARNING:

  By default, distutils will build C++ extension modules with "c++".
  If this is not intended, then set CXX on the configure command line.

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assignee: ronaldoussoren
components: Macintosh
messages: 155663
nosy: ned.deily, nriley, ronaldoussoren
priority: normal
severity: normal
status: open
title: OS X installer build script doesn't set $CXX, so it ends up as "c++"
versions: Python 3.3

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