Re: Simplified build procedure for MacVim
- Yeah, I'm in the same situation on my MBP - set the flags and did the 6/4 trick to no avail.
I suspect that might change in the future, but in any case, not really worried. I apologize,
was not meaning to preach to the choir on this one.
Anyway, I digress - back to MacVim stuff!
- TysonOn Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 7:50 PM, orestis <arestis@...> wrote:
Yes i am aware of this as some of the apps already run at 64bit mode.
What I am saying is that apple decided to turn off 64bit mode on
So even if i change the boot flags as stated here (http://netkas.org/?
or holding down the keys "6" and "4" during boot, i always get into
What i was thinking was that the automated build process might had a
picking the right libraries / paths and so on, as the configure script
uses uname to get information about the system...
However, as it seems the problem was due to a modified icon. (thanks
On Oct 3, 11:20 am, Tyson Roberts <nallo...@...> wrote:
> From what I understand, the 32 bit kernel should not affect anything,
> really. None of the stuff that touches external apps (including 64 bit
> libraries/apps) is affected by whether the kernel is running in 32/64 bit.
> The 32 bit kernel supports 64 bit apps without change.
> Also, it's not just the MBs that are affected - almost all models (with the
> exception of some of their servers) boot into 32 bit kernel by default,
> mostly out of respect for the fact that most 3rd parties haven't written 64
> bit drivers yet.
> > > By the way, i don't know if this affects anything (probably not), but
> > > > i am running the Snow Leopard kernel in 32bit mode.
> > > I guess you could try starting in 64 bit mode and see if it makes any
> > > difference...?
> > > I'm afraid I don't know what the problem is: lets hope Nico has an
> > idea...Nico?
> > > Björn
> > I tried to boot in 64bit mode, but i could not get it working.
> > From what i've read, it seems that apple decided to prevent macbooks
> > (not pros) from booting into 64bit mode.
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