Here's a problem when compiling packages from source (Mac OS X 10.4.3, latest XCode with gcc 4.0.1):
The following package will be installed or updated:
The following 2 additional packages will be installed:
Do you want to continue? [Y/n]
Failed: This package must be compiled with GCC 4.0.0, but you currently have
GCC 4.0.1 selected. To correct this problem, run the command:
sudo gcc_select 4.0
(You may need to install a more recent version of the Developer Tools to be
able to do so.)
Any idea? I tried "downgrading" to gcc 4.0.0 using the XCode installer from the Mac OS X install CD, but "gcc 4.0.0" checkbox was grayed out... If anyone knows how can I either
a) patch the source files to overcome the problem
b) have gcc 4.0.1 lie about its version number
c) any other solution
I'd be grateful, thanks.
You should run "fink selfupdate-rsync". This will bring you up-to-date versions of fink and of neon24-ssl, either of which will make this error message disappear.
(BTW, what does this have to do with XonX?
Ok, I'm now doing the selfupdate. BTW, pardon my ignorance, but what is "XonX"?
XonX is the sourceforge project to which belongs this forum. Just look at the headers of this page.
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