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From: Jeremy Siek (jsiek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-22 14:02:55

If you don't specify the tool set, the default is gcc, right?
This is the wrong default for Darwin, since it picks the tool
set that is not by default installed on your system.

On Jan 22, 2004, at 6:25 AM, grafik.list_at_[hidden] wrote:

> --- Jeremy Siek wrote:
>> So there's this darwin-tools.jam file. I was under the impression that
>> in our
>> jam lingo, a "tool" was a compiler (not an OS). It seems that the
>> stuff
>> in
>> darwin-tools.jam really belongs in gcc-tools.jam.
> Ahh, yes to #1, no to #2.
> The darwin-tools.jam targets the Apple modified GCC that they
> distribute by
> various names, currently XTools. That variant has additional options
> and
> different functionality.
> It is possible to use a bare GCC in MacOSX for which you would use the
> regular gcc-tools. But because the XTools compiler is only a GCC
> variant it's
> also possible to use the darwin-tools with a bare GCC.
> --grafik
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