Re: [eclipse-users] Mac OSX intel install

From: Kish Shen <kish.shen_at_...2...>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 01:17:02 +0100
On Wednesday 04 April 2007 00:14, Serge Kruk wrote:
> Dear Kish,
> Success!
> The only change left was the RUNME change.  I have ECLiPSe running.   
> And, it runs four times faster than the ppc emulation mode.   
> Congratulations. Debugging without access to a machine. Brilliant.
It is great to hear that you got the source to compile on Intel Macs!

> If you want me to run some specific tests, I will be glad to do it.    
> If not, I will start doing tests with the eplex library. That did not  
> work at all in ppc emulation mode.
I don't think our test suite, which we use in our nightly test and build, is available yet for
downloading, because some of the test we are using cannot be released publically. [we run
some application programs which are not open-source]

> Thank you for your work.  I will let you know if eplex/CLP works.   
> That is the one bundled with the source, I assume.
You would most likely need to build both the COIN libraries and eplex yourself from source.
COIN is open-source, but you need to download it yourself. You will probably need the
Setup Guide to help you with this:

select the ECLiPSe Build-and-Test Setup guide and download the pdf file. This should help
you with building ECLiPSe with COIN (which provides the CLP/CBC solvers, as well as the
OSI open solver interface).


> For your records, I am running osx intel core duo, OSX latest version  
> 10.4.9.
> uname -a
> Darwin 8.9.1 Darwin Kernel Version 8.9.1: Thu  
> Feb 22 20:55:00 PST 2007; root:xnu-792.18.15~1/RELEASE_I386 i386 i386
> Cheers,
> Serge
> On 04/04/2007, at 8:48 AM, Kish Shen wrote:
> >
> > The problem here is because RUNME (in the Eclipse toplevel  
> > directory) does not have the
> > i386_macosx case. This occurs several times in RUNME. Change the  
> > occurrences of
> >
> >     ppc_macosx)
> >
> > to
> >     ppc_macosx|i386_macosx)
> >
> > and it should generate the right scripts.
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