From: Niko Demmel (niko.demmel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-12 10:10:40
On 12/11/2007 15:50, Daniel Lord wrote:
> John, thanks for the tips.
> I figured it out and got it to work (partially--only compiles for OS X i386
> and not the ppc700 needed for a universal 'fat' binary).
> I then discovered there is an another way though a bit less direct--Adobe
> has a patch you can get by going to Source Forge and downloading the Adobe
> Source Libraries (ASL). It adds options for architecture (fat, i386,
> ppc700), SDK version of OS X gong back to 10.2 (which is moot as Leopard
> support only 10.5 and 10.4 now), and deployment option like stripping etc.
> Is it worth submitting a patch? I'll read up on how to submit a patch and
> documentation and then I'll submit. If anyone cares I will, otherwise I'll
> just put more detail in the wiki which I just now realized might already
> have this answer although Google didn't find it.
I haven't installed Leopard yet but am going to need this in the future,
so thank you for the howto and keep us posted.
I don't mind following your instructions, though a patch would be great,
once you figured out the whole solution.
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