On Mar 15, 2011, at 1:44, Chris Suter wrote:
> Hi Christian,
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Christiaan Hofman <email@hidden> wrote:
>> Yes, include "ppc" explicitly. I have changed it to "ppc i386 x86_64" instead of the ARCHS_STANDARD_32_64_BIT macro.
>> As an aside, I consider it a bug that this definition changed, especially in a bug-fix version. I can accept it to change in 4.0, not in 3.2.6. So please also file a bug report with Apple about this, so they don't repeat this stupidity. You can refer to mine, rdar://problem/9133026.
>> Apart from that I consider it a bug that these macros are not documented, and never were.
> There are other settings that change with releases like current SDK
> and the system compiler. If it matters to you, you should be
> explicitly specifying the SDK, compiler and architectures that you
That's something completely different. When it says something like "current OS" or "latest OS", that's clearly and obviously related to the OS that you use. However when it says "standard 32 and 64 bit" that's something completely different, and that should also be obvious.
> I also don't think you should be changing the value of the
> ARCHS_STANDARD_32_64_BIT setting; you should explicitly specify the
> architectures you want in the ARCHS and VALID_ARCHS settings.
You did not read what I wrote, apparently.
> I wouldn't be surprised if Apple reject you bug report.
> Kind regards,
I would not accept that.
Apparently you did not read what I wrote and you did not really try to understand it either.
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