I tried doing a 32 bit only build on a 64 bit system by setting CC="gcc -arch i386" CXX="g++ -arch i386". That changes the value of $host, so the existing check for x86_64-apple-darwin fails. The attached patch should fix it.
Attachment #552512 - Flags: review?(smichaud)
Comment on attachment 552512 [details] [diff] [review] fix 32 bit builds on 64 bit OS X 10.7 Oops, I didn't realize $host would change in that case. Your patch looks fine to me (and in fact corresponds to an earlier version of my patch). Note that I'll have to change my workaround again to deal with MacPorts installing a 64-bit-only egrep in /opt/local/bin, then prepending that directory to $PATH. See bug 655339 for more info.
Attachment #552512 - Flags: review?(smichaud) → review+
So can this be landed?
> So can this be landed? Yes, I think so.
Thanks! If we think it will be a long time for apple to ship a fixed grep, maybe the best check would be to actually trying a test string: if [ grep "long string" file ] then fixed_grep="grep" else fixed_grep="arch -i386 grep" fi
Thanks for the suggestion. Though it might be better to make the else clause read: else fixed_egrep="arch -arch i386 /usr/bin/egrep" fi That way we fall back to a known quantity (the broken egrep that Apple ships, which we know has a 32-bit binary, and whose 32-bit binary we know works).
We also that, even when/if Apple fixes their egrep, it'll always be a universal binary (with both x86_64 and i386 executables).
> We also that, We also know that, ...
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla8
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