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From: Ricardo Jota <rjc@im...> - 2008-02-20 17:21:16
I'm trying to compile chromium on OSX 10.5 (PPC) and even though the
F.A.Q says that there are some issues with OSX I decided to download
the CVS version and give it a go.
- First and foremost, there seems to be something weird on the .mk
files because chromium only start to compile on /cr. (~/cr does not
even works). My guess is because of the OpenGL.Framekowk links
Darwin.mk creates. This is not a big issue, he does start to compile
- Next the CVS version is configured with warn_error and, on Darwin
10.5, AGL seems to be deprecated: == warning: 'AGLDevice' is
deprecated ==. For now I just removed the -warn_error flag.
- However, when he starts the action == Building libcrfaker.dylib for
Darwin (DEBUG) (THREADSAFE) == the following error occurs:
cgl.c:161: error: conflicting types for 'CGLChoosePixelFormat'
error: previous declaration of 'CGLChoosePixelFormat' was here
cgl.c:287: error: conflicting types for 'CGLDescribePixelFormat'
The same error is given when compiling the following: CGLCopyContext,
CGLQueryRendererInfo, ... , CGLGetVersion, etc.
Has anyone successfully compiled chromium on OSX. If so, what am I