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Re: OS X - -traditional-cpp vs. -no-cpp-precomp

From: B. W. Fitzpatrick <fitz_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2001-11-26 15:18:32 CET

> I am currently trying to compile neon on OS X 10.1.1. Two observations:
> 1) in order to be able to compile the neon you include in the source
> tar ball, I needed to modify the Makefile.in and add
> "-no-cpp-precomp" to the CPPFLAGS. Of course this is not the proper
> way of doing it, rather configure should add this on darwin systems.
> If you don't specify that flag, compilation fails

> 2) APR specifies -traditional-cpp on Darwin/MacOS X. However, for
> almost every use, this flag is to be considered depracted. Rather,
> use -no-cpp-precomp


Thanks. I actually have these changes in my queue (Just got Subversion
building on OS X last week), but I'm a bit swamped right now (as
usual). I'll get them in eventually, but if you have any patches, I'll
review and apply them.



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