True. I will investigate that option. I am using the '-mios-version-min=8.0'
flag. Obviously it has some disadvantages. Please see (
problem already occurred on a similar project (i.e.
I think the build system it's already doing the right thing, which is to
check if running on an apple system and if so, if the syscall is
available or not and define it if needed.
You said you built for IOS 10 and ran on IOS 9: if I understand
correctly and the syscalls support is different
Thanks for your reply. It seems so. Please see the curl / iOS 10 discussion
in the link that I sent earlier. Meanwhile, I made a workaround to patch
src/platform.hpp after the configure stage (
Unit tests are now working
There is no clock_gettime API in the IOS platform?
Or some library should be linked?
On 10/24/2016 16:34， Ahmad Zawawiwrote：
I encountered today a clock_gettime run time crash while testing on iOS 9.0 and
earlier using a libzmq.a that is compiled on an iOS
I encountered today a clock_gettime run time crash while testing on iOS 9.0
and earlier using a libzmq.a that is compiled on an iOS 10.0 SDK. The Swift
language bindings for iOS (https://github.com/azawawi/SwiftyZeroMQ) is
currently using a bundled universal libzmq.a (