Ticket #34122 (closed defect: fixed)
apple-gcc42: make: the `-j' option requires a positive integral argument
|Reported by:||darylew@…||Owned by:||jeremyhu@…|
System: an August-2002 eMac G4 running Mac OS X 10.4.11 Tiger/PowerPC (32-bit)
Built-in Compiler: Apple-GCC 4.0.1 w/ XCode 2.5
A little while ago, I did the standard "selfupdate" and "update outdated" cycle. It ended because "apple-gcc42" was added as a dependency to something I already had. The log for that program indicated that it was expecting that my system to be more Intel compatible than it is.
Tried sending a message to the MacPorts-Users list for help, but it was rejected for attaching too large a document (the uncompressed log file). The admin suggested watching Issue #33939.
That issue just got fixed. I did "clean apple-gcc42", "selfupdate", and "update outdated". I got another bad ending due to apple-gcc42, but this time I can't find what exactly is wrong (from a brief search of the log, at least). I'm going to attach the log for apple-gcc42 from this second attempt.
- Cc ryandesign@… added
- Owner changed from macports-tickets@… to jeremyhu@…
- Summary changed from Apple-GCC 4.2 doesn't build to apple-gcc42: make: the `-j' option requires a positive integral argument