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Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:02:47 +0200
From: newangels newangels <>
Subject: Re: OMP & Compilation issues on OSX


Me again,

I just take a look on the how to, in the /DOC/INSTALL about "Optimal Build
on OSX", on the last part i read ;

 4. Link whatever gcc version you got from Homebrew to just "gcc" in the
     /usr/local/bin directory. This example is for gcc-4.7:
        ln -s gcc-4.7 /usr/local/bin/gcc
  5. Make sure /usr/local/bin preceeds /usr/bin in your $PATH

For N° 4 , it hink i am ok with & understand, about link ggc to

For N° 5 i think i have a problem,

I check my PATH in terminal & got :

pc2:~ xxx$ echo "$PATH"

If follow & understand your advices, you say /usr/Local/bin have to
"Preceeds", in my case is not !

May this fact can cause me some troubles or any issues about ?

Thank you in advance,



> 2014-07-22 19:51 GMT+02:00 magnum <>:
> On 2014-07-22 19:07, Donovan wrote:
>>> ( i just do a classic compilation without touching any file or modify any
>>> ...,  i just do $ ./configure & make,    all is done without any errors )
>> OSX native compiler can't build OpenMP. See the last section in
>> bleeding-jumbo's doc/INSTALL, "Optimal build on OS X", for how to build a
>> much better binary with a real gcc and a fresh OpenSSL - it will also
>> support OpenMP.
>> magnum

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