On 25/08/14 02:54, tsuna wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 24, 2014 at 5:32 PM, Ramsay Jones
> <ram...@ramsay1.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> Again, I don't have access to an OS X system, so I don't know
>> which package provides libintl/gettext, but it seems to be missing
>> on your system.
> Probably yeah, those libraries don’t seem to be provided in standard
> with OS X or OS X’s development tools, so maybe the Makefile should
> also default to having NO_GETTEXT=YesPlease when on OS X.
>> You can avoid the build failure, without running configure, by
>> setting NO_GETTEXT=YesPlease in your config.mak file.
>>> I need to run configure first:
>>> $ make configure
>>> GEN configure
>>> $ ./configure
>>> configure: Setting lib to 'lib' (the default)
>> So, presumably, configure has set NO_GETEXT=YesPlease in your
>> config.mak.autogen file.
> Yes it did.
> I don’t mind running configure, but so far Git has compiled fine
> without doing it. Should we fix the default values of NO_STRLCPY /
> NO_GETEXT on OS X?
Is NO_STRLCPY still a problem with a fresh clone (and putting
NO_GETEXT=YesPlease in your config.mak)? I still do not understand
why you were getting those warnings; AFAICT it should not be happening!
Also, Torsten could not reproduce.
As far as NO_GETTEXT is concerned, I have to defer to someone who has
experience on that platform (I have _zero_ experience on OS X).
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