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authorTor Lillqvist <>2013-04-03 21:04:16 +0300
committerTor Lillqvist <>2013-04-03 21:13:17 +0300
commit7aa6f1b01481c1d0f1a12f56ad197c797056c37b (patch)
tree3fa3525ad487c08a3e126b0eae6ef0822b25aa75 /README.cross
parentd8842c2221cb5e6ea958381f9dcd76d9bb9bbafc (diff)
Remove Mac OS X for PowerPC support
Change-Id: I10b15141e6a5f93365e1cfa6fbc0c7cc3ea49b15
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diff --git a/README.cross b/README.cross
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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Cross-compiling LibreOffice
Cross-compilation works, to various degree, to the following
-platforms: Windows, iOS, Android, PowerPC Mac OS X, Raspbian.
+platforms: Windows, iOS, Android, and Raspbian.
@@ -391,25 +391,6 @@ To debug, do manually what "make run" would do and when the app has
started, run ndk-gdb.
-PowerPC Mac OS X
-Cross-compiling for PowerPC Mac OS X from Intel Mac OS X is easy in
-theory. The APIs available should after all be closely identical to
-those on a corrersponding (obsolete) version of Mac OS X for Intel,
-and LibreOffice builds fine natively on PowerPC Mac already. Only a
-little experimenting has been done with it, and it seems that nobody
-actually is interested in it. An autogen.lastrun looked like this when
-last tried:
-CC=ccache /Xcode3/usr/bin/gcc-4.0 -arch ppc
-CXX=ccache /Xcode3/usr/bin/g++-4.0 -arch ppc
-CC_FOR_BUILD=ccache /Xcode3/usr/bin/gcc-4.0
-CXX_FOR_BUILD=ccache /Xcode3/usr/bin/g++-4.0