ok i will send this mail to that mailing list by the way the same problem is
with your _struct.h if you see line 97, 111,112, 125, 135, 136 they are
declaring variables without names just like 39; 39; etc
On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 8:16 PM, Alexander Hansen <
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> On 3/2/10 9:12 AM, Pranay Airan wrote:
> > hello
> > We have been trying to package CILK through FINK. In this process, in
> > order to port it on to MAC OSX, we require gcc. So, we installed XCODE
> > 3.1.4 on our machine. Now while running Makefile of CILK, we
> > encountered errors while trying to compiling example .cilk files ...
> > * This is due to some syntax errors in /usr/include/mach/i386/_structs.h
> > which the cilkc compiler is failing to read..*
> > We however modified _struucts.h header file to make our cilk files
> > compile and run on our machine..
> > We think it as a bug in _structs.h
> > *
> > *
> > *Can we patch the /usr/include/mach/i386/_structs.h file in the process
> > of packaging?*
> > Can u please mail us your /usr/include/mach/i386/_structs.h file so that
> > we can compare it with our file and check whether the same syntax error
> > persists.
> > --
> > Thanks
> > Pranay Airan
> > Mtech. IIIT-B
> > (91) 9036297912
> > The hardest work in the world is that which should have been done
> If you're making a _copy_ of the system's _structs.h file in, say, the
> build directory, and patching and using that, then that's fine.
> Touching anything outside of the build directory is forbidden. Fink
> presumes that anything provided by Apple is either OK, or if not,
> requires individual packages to account for that in their patching.
> Such questions are more appropriate for the fink-devel mailing list, by
> the way, because it is focused more toward packaging questions, and more
> package maintainers subscribe to it. This list is targeted more toward
> using Fink.
> - --
> Alexander Hansen
> Fink User Liaison
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The hardest work in the world is that which should have been done yesterday.