Max 4.6 Mac OS 10.3.9 and UB
I build a standalone from Max 4.6 running on Mac 10.3.9, on a PPC.
It doesn’t appear as a Universal Binary on Macintels.
Do I need Mac OS 10.3.4 to build real UB, or do I need a Macintel?
Thanks a lot for your answers,
On 26 mars 07, at 14:01, Eric L. wrote:
> Hi List,
> I build a standalone from Max 4.6 running on Mac 10.3.9, on a PPC.
> It doesn’t appear as a Universal Binary on Macintels.
> Do I need Mac OS 10.3.4 to build real UB, or do I need a Macintel?
What do you mean by "it doesn’t appear as UB" ? In order to create an
Universal binary you need 4.6 or higher. You shouldn’t have to do
anything special (just make sure, the third party objects you may use
are UB too). The resulting application will be compatible with 10.3.9
(10.4 is recommended though).
On 26 mars 07, at 15:14, Eric L. wrote:
> Hi Emmanuel and thanks for your quick answer.
> I can’t test this precisely because I haven’t any Intel based
> computer. This has been reported to me (2 reports on Intel based
> My standalone works well on 10.3.9. But it appears to be extremely
> slow on intel based engines, and to be launched with Rosetta.
> I didn’t use any third party objects except ‘shell’, UB version.
> Is it possible to imagine that building standalone from Max 4.6, OS
> 10.3.9, produces unrecognized UB?
Your application does not contain any mac tel code. So the
application is loaded with rosetta. When you build a standalone
application, it build something based on Max Runtime. If you look at
its info in the Finder, does it says it’s Universal binary (I can’t
remember if you can have access to that information on Mac 10.3.9
though). Is that possible that you used one of those software which
clean your OS by removing all mac tel code to save some space?