[PATCH] undefined symbols compiling for macosx >10.8
isakov-sl at bk.ru
Wed Apr 1 11:52:28 CDT 2015
Sorry but I committed the patch make me compilation be possible.
On 01 апр. 2015 г., at 18:34, Ken Thomases <ken at codeweavers.com> wrote:
> This patch makes no sense. Wine builds just fine for OS X versions greater than 10.8. Indeed, as near as I know, it still builds just fine for 10.5 and up (the Mac driver requires 10.6 or later, but on 10.5 it just will be skipped; it won't break anything).
> On Apr 1, 2015, at 6:48 AM, Sergey Isakov <isakov-sl at bk.ru> wrote:
>> Undefined symbols for architecture i386:
>> "_kCGDisplayShowDuplicateLowResolutionModes", referenced from:
>> -[WineApplicationController modeMatchingMode:forDisplay:] in cocoa_app.o
>> ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture i386
> If you're getting this error, you're not building against a 10.8+ SDK properly. The compiler is seeing the headers for a 10.8+ SDK but the linker is seeing libraries and frameworks from some pre-10.8 SDK.
>> Instead of checking for NULL we should check #ifdef
> No. The things being tested are not macros in any version of the SDK. Your #ifdef checks will never pass. You have effectively done "#if 0".
> Finally, changes to separate DLLs (secur32 and winemac.drv, in this case) should be in separate patches unless they are inter-dependent.
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