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Re: Bootstrapping on OS X with clang

> The problem was that I still had an old revision of mk/compilers/ 
> which insisted on building clang from pkgsrc.
>> -    CC="gcc -isystem /usr/include"; export CC
> I prefer CC=${CC:-"gcc -isystem /usr/include"}; export CC.

Well, I don't see any point in setting CC there. I had to remove the line to 
bootsrap pkgsrc on PowerMac G5 with GCC-4.2.1.

>> After successful bootstrap, add PKGSRC_COMPILER=clang to your mk.conf.
> That's already automatically included by bootstrap.
> Now I'm not sure how it's supposed to work, but despite having set 
> PKGSRC_COMPILER to clang, I still have to say CC=clang bmake package or 
> otherwise gcc will be used to build packages.

You'll see "cc", but "clang" will be called by a wrapper. You can see it in 
And, sometimes, you'll notice colourful clang warnings. ;)


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