Building 32-bit only on Snow Leopard (dylib failed to build)
Okay, I know this isn't all THAT helpful, but I was trying to build ruby 1.9.1 on Snow Leopard, but 32-bit only. I had CFLAGS, LDFLAGS, CXXFLAGS, and DLDFLAGS all set to '-arch i386'
Everything would be fine, all *.o files would be built i386, but when it came time to create libruby.1.9.1.dylib, the -arch i386 flag was not present. I'm no autoconf genius, so I have absolutely NO idea how to patch this. But all I did was re-run the failing command and manually added the -arch i386 command, and it worked.
A minor point, but kind of annoying nonetheless.
I have attached the relevant output of 'make'.
#8 [ruby-core:38764] Updated by randy_parker (Randy Parker) almost 6 years ago
Do you mean just "-arch=i386" ? I have tried that as a directive in .rvmrc. It results in the build failure originally described by Bryan Ross. Replacing "-arch=i386' with '--with-arch=i386" as an rvm directive causes immediate build abort.
Where should the "--with-arch=i386" be specified if not in .rvmrc?
#9 [ruby-core:50717] Updated by mame (Yusuke Endoh) over 4 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Assigned
"--with-arch=i386" should be specified in ./configure, I guess.
Mrkn, do you know the status of this issue? Do you think this issue should be fixed before 2.0.0?
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