Hi. I don't have a Snow Leopard system that would allow me to test whether the binaries I produced on Lion will run on the older OS or not, so I am choosing to err on the safer side of not. If someone were able to test it out, that'd be great.
However, I have no reason to believe that Freeciv won't run on Snow Leopard or Leopard via MacPorts. Regards, -- On Aug 16, 2011, at 3:36 AM, Jacob Nevins wrote: > > Follow-up Comment #1, task #7426 (project freeciv): > > I see a freeciv-2.2.7-lion-gtk2.dmg was uploaded to SF / Gna last Wednesday > (thanks). So this is done now, I think? > > (I don't know much about the Mac OS, but this forum post > <http://forum.freeciv.org/viewtopic.php?p=27684#27684> indicates that this > version won't run on Leopard, and presumably prior versions. I assume it will > no longer be possible to produce packages that run on Leopard, so our advice > to remaining Leopard users should be to compile it from source using MacPorts > or similar. What about Snow Leopard -- is the "lion" binary not expected to > run there either?) > > _______________________________________________________ > > Reply to this item at: > > <http://gna.org/task/?7426> > > _______________________________________________ > Message sent via/by Gna! > http://gna.org/ > _______________________________________________ Freeciv-dev mailing list Freecivfirstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/freeciv-dev