[xsd-users] request for macosx INTEL binairies
david.lascombe at gmail.com
Mon Jun 12 13:16:21 EDT 2006
Ok, I downloaded the PowerPC Mac OS binary and it almost worked. The
truth is that I try to build my application which is building well
I have modified everything in the Makefile so that this can be
done...And everything is building smoothly except for that :
"GenerateurScene/schemaInitScene.cpp:2215: error: 'dom' is not a
member of 'xsd::cxx::xml::dom' "
Do you know if this can be due to the fact that I was using version
2.0 under Linux and that I am using 2.1.1 now? Or have you any ohter
idea from where it comes from?
Le 12 juin 06 à 17:47, David Lscbe a écrit :
> Actually I already compiled Xerces. I had almost no problem to
> build the unix sources via the macosx command line (only had to
> remove the 'static' keyword at 2 places in a source file and it was
> Ok I'll try to run my app with the powerpc binary...i'll get back
> to you as soon as done.
> Le 12 juin 06 à 17:19, Boris Kolpackov a écrit :
>> Hi David,
>> David Lscbe <david.lascombe at gmail.com> writes:
>>> I am running macosx on a macintel macbook pro and I need to use xsd
>>> for an application I am developing. Does someone already have
>>> to build a macos i686 version ?
>> I think you can use the PowerPC binary of the compiler via the
>> emulator (Rosetta). You will need to build Xerces-C++ or Expat
>> for x86, though. The XSD runtime library is header-only so
>> nothing to build there.
>> I don't have access to a x86 Mac. I guess I could try to (cross)
>> compile one on PowerPC. Or even create a fat binary.
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