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 +Simple Note created on Jun 02 - 2009 9:07 PM on Cross-compile on Mac OS X 
 +
 +for Win32 and Linux
 +
 +====== Compile Win32 exe on Mac OS X ======
 +
 +
 +===== For Mac OS X 10.4 "​Tiger"​ =====
 +
 +use the older version, \\
 +http://​crossgcc.rts-software.org/​doku.php?​do=revisions&​id=start \\
 +since Tiger is born in 2007, use the version minGW 3.4.5.
 +
 +===== For Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and newer =====
 +
 +use MinGW 4.3.0 above for Mac OS X and newer; \\
 +Link: http://​crossgcc.rts-software.org/​doku.php?​id=start
 +
 +===== Guide on the commands of compile code =====
 +
 +Check the sample code of the related compiler'​s download page, like
 +<code bash>
 +g++ -o hello.out hello.cpp
 +g++ file1.cpp file2.cpp file3.cpp # for multiple file into one program
 +g++ -o lab7.out file1.cpp file2.cpp file3.cpp
 +</​code>​
 +
 +
 +====== Compile Linux binary on Mac OS X ======
 +
 +  - not much problem
 +  - install i386-linux-gcc 4.1.1 above for Mac OS X (Intel) or newer at the same page above
 +  - the output of the binary program is a.out
 +
 +====== Issue and Problems ======
 +
 +  * "​libiconv.2.dylib 7.0.0 version not found" problem on Mac OS X 10.4. \\ Because the Tiger use version 5 of that library, so new compiler born at Leopard time may expect version 7, so use a old version compiler on Tiger can solve the problem.
 +  * No new line at end of file when compiling Linux \\ Because there is "end of line tag" needed as \n on Unix; \\ while mac os use \r, thus, press an extra return in code for Linux.
 +
 +====== Tips ======
 +
 +set Path environment
 +Method 1:  ​
 +  - open .profile
 +  - export PATH=$PATH:/​new_path_entry
 +  - add above and close