[m-users.] Installing 13.05.1 on Older Mac PPC-G5 and OS X 10.5.8
rbuckley at ieee.org
Tue Apr 21 12:52:26 AEST 2015
Got it, thanks. Robert Buckley
On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 6:48 PM, Julien Fischer <jfischer at opturion.com>
> On Tue, 21 Apr 2015, Paul Bone wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 05:19:26PM -0700, Delmas Buckley wrote:
> I just do basic programming in Mercury, and, if possible, I'd like to be
>>> able to do some simple profiling. My question is: which options, if any,
>>> should I be using to accomplish those things?
>>> $ sudo make install --enable-libgrades=< . . . >
>> --enable-libgrades is a ./configure option. There is a way to control
>> at the "make install" stage by setting the LIBGRADES variable.
>> $ sudo make LIBGRADES=... install
>> I'm afraid the grades situation is complicated. I want to improve the
>> documentation on this very soon. But for now I suggest choosing either
>> "reg" or "none" for your LLDS base grade. Reg may be faster but we
>> tested it (or anything else) on a PPC machine for a long time, you're in
>> uncharted territory.
> I'd suggest using "none" as the LLDS base grade. "reg" certainly worked
> with OS X 10.3 and 10.4 on PPC, but I don't think we ever tested it with
> 10.5 on PPC. (That was the point that the Intel Macs came out.)
> My suggestion would be to avoid the low-level C backend on this platform
> unless it is absolutely required (e.g. for debugging or deep profiling).
> A reasonably minimal set of grades that would meet the above requirements
> might be:
> This gives you "hlc.gc" which will probably be much faster than "reg.gc",
> There is no "probably" about it, hlc.gc *is* a lot faster then reg.gc.
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