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From: "François Bissey" <frp.bissey@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-science@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-science] Question before setting up sage-on-gentoo
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2015 17:45:06
In Reply to: [gentoo-science] Question before setting up sage-on-gentoo by JC D
1 Hi,
3 Well that would be an interesting experiment. You may have to limit yourself
4 to gcc 4.7.x, I haven’t been able to get 4.8 to compile and I think that the old
5 binutils is too blame. For env you could set CC CXX F77 and FC with the
6 appropriate x86_64-apple-darwin14-{gcc,g++,gfortran}-4.7.3 value.
7 I would be interested in your experience if you decide to go ahead.
9 François
10 > On 27/01/2015, at 02:42, JC D <mail2jcdx@×××××.de> wrote:
11 >
12 > Hi!
13 > I want to install sage-on-gentoo using gentoo_prefix on a Mac OS 10.10.
14 > My first try was not successful and it seems it was related to the "kind of outdated" gcc-apple compiler that is originally used in gentoo_prefix on Mac.
15 > I have a question: Would it be possible to install a more recent gcc such as gcc-4.8 (as soon as it is unmasked) and then build the whole sage-on-gentoo with this compiler, but keeping the rest untouched?
16 > And how could I do this? Would it be possible to set up layman using the gcc-4.8 for everything in the overlay or could I use /etc/portage/env for that?
17 > Best regards from a newbie
18 >


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Re: [gentoo-science] Question before setting up sage-on-gentoo JC D <mail2jcdx@×××××.de>