[cairo] Speeding up _cairo_fixed_from_double
mike at easysw.com
Thu Oct 26 16:41:10 PDT 2006
Vladimir Vukicevic wrote:
> Daniel Amelang wrote:
>>> Keep in mind that configure-time endian checks are unreliable on
>>> Mac OS X because a single executable may contain objects for multiple
>>> architectures (right now 32+64 bit Intel and PPC)...
>> AFAIK, the existence of fat binaries doesn't interfere with autoconf's
>> job. We're not building fat binaries during the configure stage, and
>> we don't compile to a fat binary. In addition, that would be a general
>> autoconf on OS X issue, not a cairo thing.
>> But thanks for the heads up, I could be wrong.
> Anyone who's building a fat binary effectively needs to go through a
> build twice -- including the full configure stage, once for each arch &
> SDK. If someone has this optimized down to just doing a single build
> that builds both at the same time, great, but then making sure this case
> works is on their shoulders. With a compile-time endian check, cairo
> will compile and run correctly when built for either the x86 or the ppc
> architecture, and that's all that's required for universal binaries.
Building twice sucks, and if you have a configure test you'll need to
actually build on two different systems and use lipo to merge the
binaries after the fact.
Michael Sweet, Easy Software Products mike at easysw dot com
Internet Printing and Publishing Software http://www.easysw.com
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