[R-SIG-Mac] R-1.7.1 with new gcc-3.3

Byron Ellis bellis at hsph.harvard.edu
Tue Jul 8 14:40:57 MEST 2003

I also got the Aqua version to build though I ran into some trouble  
with the Debugging.h Carbon header. There's something in there that  
gcc-3.3 really didn't like. I commented out a series of innocuous  
looking #define's that caused the problem (for no apparent reason) and  
everything built fine, but I have no idea why those particular  
preprocessor instructions would cause problems.

I don't know if its just some weirdness with my Debugging.h, but the  
symptom is complaints about a bad left hand token during assignment  

On Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at 12:54  PM, Jan de Leeuw wrote:

> If you want to build Darwin/X11 R with Apple's new gcc-3.3, then this  
> is
> possible. In fact, you can even set MACOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET
> to 10.2 (and thus use weak libraries) and you will no longer
> see the irritating warnings about /usr/local/include. Follow Stefano's
> instructions at
> http://www.economia.unimi.it/R/
> but use Gaurav Khanna's g77-3.3 instead of 3.1
> Make sure you have /usr/bin before /usr/local/bin in your path. Then do
> sudo gcc_select 3.3
> setenv FPICFLAGS -fno-common
> setenv LDFLAGS -lcc_dynamic
> configure --with-tcl-config=/usr/local/lib/tclConfig.sh  
> --with-tk-config=/usr/local/lib/tkConfig.sh --enable-R-shlib  
> --with-blas='-framework vecLib' --with-lapack
> Then build and install. Although configure still indicates
> some problems with the fortran compiler, this build passed all
> checks. It is supposedly faster, but I have not tested this.
> ===
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> Editor: Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Journal of Statistical  
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