[physfs] Mac OS X usage … probably missing something obvious
buginator07 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 23:58:55 EDT 2011
On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 4:37 PM, Ryan C. Gordon <icculus at icculus.org> wrote:
> If you built PhysicsFS yourself (just dropped the C files into your
> project), then you'll need to add some preprocessor macros. If all you want
> is .zip support, make sure the files are compiled with PHYSFS_SUPPORT_ZIP
> defined to 1 (there is also PHYSFS_SUPPORT_WAD, etc, for other archive
> You can use the system-provided zlib on Mac OS X instead of our zlib123
> directory, as it's reliably installed on every system.
Ryan, when building via CMAKE, and doing static builds, shouldn't it
define the preprocessors for you depending on what you want (zip, 7z,
In our case, was making a static lib, but we didn't want zlib
compiled, since that is used in 3 or 4 other libs, but we do want zip
Is that a bug with cmake, or is that just by design, or is that a user
error didn't see the right option type of thing ?
Was building a VS2k10 project, dunno if it matters or not.
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