[Pythonmac-SIG] building universal binaries
kevino at theolliviers.com
Thu Jan 26 00:10:12 CET 2006
On Jan 25, 2006, at 2:59 PM, bear wrote:
> Kevin Ollivier wrote:
>> How exactly are you doing this? Are you passing these flags into
>> configure, or editing the configure script? I'm seeing that it
>> does matter where in the configure script the options are added.
>> From my tests so far, the test 'failures' in the configure script
>> are incorrect - it seems these options just trip up the tests
>> somehow. (I think, for example, the multi-architecture flags don't
>> work with flags for a "dry run" compile from what I've read) I've
>> found that for wx, adding the options after these tests worked
> That's the difference then - I'm setting the env vars and letting
> configure do it's thing. I don't control the configure script and
> was trying to see if I could build with minimal patching.
Oh, BTW, I forgot to mention this but Apple's changes to build Python
2.3 Universal are available from here:
The fixes dir has all the changes they made to the source files.
>> I've found that without the -isysroot, it creates/links "single
>> architecture" objects even when multiple -arch flags are
>> specified. ;-/ So you'll need to be able to specify those flags
>> but after the basic tests are run. At least, that's how I was able
>> to succeed with wx.
> That does help a lot - let me first hack the script and then pass
> upstream any changes I've had to make.
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