"Job Opening" - Mac OS X 10.2 Binary Packages

Diederik van Arkel diederik at cs.kun.nl
Sat Oct 25 01:07:26 EDT 2003

On Friday, October 24, 2003, at 05:06  PM, Wolfgang Thaller wrote:

> Dear GHC for Mac OS X Users,
> As you probably know, Mac OS X 10.3 a.k.a. Panther is being officially 
> released today. I'm going to upgrade my Powerbook right away.
> Panther adds some new functions in Darwin (for example, dlfcn.h and 
> proper wchar support). GHC will automatically make use of these new 
> features, but that means that versions of GHC built on Panther will 
> not work on previous versions of Mac OS X.
> Which brings me to the point of this mail: When GHC 6.2 is released, I 
> probably won't have access to a Mac running Mac OS 10.2 any more, 
> which means that my binaries for GHC 6.2 will _require_ Mac OS X 10.3.
> So would someone please step forward and accept the role of GHC 
> packager for Mac OS X 10.2?
> Cheers,
> Wolfgang

Not necessary, the 10.3 dev tools includes the headers for 10.1 and 
10.2 so you can compile for all three OS revisions from your 10.3 box.


Diederik van Arkel

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