Subject: goffice/gnumeric on darwin/macosx
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jussi Liukkonen <email@example.com>
Date: 01/11/2007 15:07:57
it seems that goffice (0.2.2 from pkgsrc-2006Q4) still defines
fmin() internally. This is in conflict with c99, and causes a link
failure in darwin (macosx 10.4.8 ppc). #ifndef __APPLE__ around
the static fmin() in gog-radar.c makes goffice build, and gnumeric
(1.6.3 from pkgsrc-2006Q4) works ok...
I had a chat with the maintainer and all use of fmin() has apparently
been dropped from gnumeric+goffice "some time ago". There seems
even to be goffice 0.3.5 available -- is there a reason why pkgsrc is
still using 0.2.x?
Also I see gnumeric 1.7.6 available, while pkgsrc has 1.6.3... some
update potential there as well, maybe? There are a bunch of .xls
compatibiliy improvements in the 1.7 series.