[OS X TeX] Xindy?
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Mon Jul 17 07:32:32 EDT 2006
Am 17.07.2006 um 12:55 schrieb Simon Spiegel:
Could be gcc thinks it is compiling distributed on a set of Macs ...
you might like to remove this environment variable.
One problem could be that that sub-shells are created during the
configure steps. Each of them gets re-initiated from bash RC files
and only them have Fink things set. Maybe you should prepare these
bash RC files not to have these settings -- in another very clean
"standard" account, for example, without your personal hobbies. This
account can do the software development, i.e. only it would need
The afternoon I'll be unavailable, until evening, some time. If you
have some time you can look into the config.log file. It contains
lots of non-sense (making) material, but you can check where
something fails and whether files from Fink are found (for me
configure uses a lot of Fink and seems to configure fine since the
'make check' stage does not detect errors, but IMO xindy still is not
well and enough adapted to Mac OS X), so as to feed Maarten's opinion
Mit friedvollen Grüßen
Gut durch ist besser als unten durch!
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