DarwinPorts Installation MacOS X

Daniel J Farrell daniel.farrell at imperial.ac.uk
Mon Jan 9 00:41:29 CET 2006

Hello everybody,

Thanks for your help! I've replying to all the posts in this one e- 
mail to keep traffic down for the people who aren't interested.

No I added the path to gmp.h in the Xcode Menu Project --> Edit  
Project then added it to the 'Header Search Path' string. Is the  
LD_LIBRARY_PATH referenced in the ~/.profile or ~/.MacOSX/ 
environment.plist ? Or is it an Xcode option?

I made the changes you suggested. I think the error might be  
connected with David's suggestion of giving the LD_LIBRARY_PATH an  
value because I got a 'Undefined symbol' error related to the following:


All of which I'm using in the test programme.


On 8 Jan 2006, at 21:42, David Fang wrote:

>> Does anybody have any advice on how to get gmp up and running on  
>> MacOS
>> 10.4. I have installed gmp with darwinports and everything seemed to
>> go smoothly. I then wrote a quick test program (given in the  
>> excellent
>> documentation) and for some reason I get an error at run time saying
>> something like 'ZeroLink: unknown symbol'. I included the path to
>> gmp.h (/opt/local/include/gmp.h) in the header path project options.
>> Do I have to link to that or one of the dylib?
>> Are there any Mac users that can help me here?
> Hi,
> 	Did you try adding '/opt/local/lib' to your LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> environment variable?  That should help it find the dylib at run-time.
> David Fang

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