I'm facing a problem. I have installed ROOT on my Mac (Operating system 10.3.3, "Panther"), and it runs fine. (':D') Next what I attempted to do is to install RALICE, and here's where I run into a problem.(':cry:')
I can not create shared libraries of the RALICE package using g++ on Mac. I need to create these shared libraries to load them into a ROOT session. When I run script ~/AliRoot/RALICE/gcclib - sh gcclib (gcclib is attached - courtesy of Nick van Eijndhoven), the shared libraries are not created. Mac gcc compiler has not the option -shared; it worked on installing ROOT fine, and on gcc -v I get:
“Reading specs from /usr/libexec/gcc/darwin/ppc/3.3/specs
Thread model: posix
gcc version 3.3 20030304 (Apple Computer, Inc. build 1495)”
I would think that it is a compiler which causes a problem - therefore I think I need:
List of compiler options I have to use, and
Any C++ class/patch for creating shared libraries with.
Needless to say, I’dd appreciate your help indeedy. Being novice in all this ROOT/compiler/shared business (mainly Mac user) I beforehand apologize if my problem sounds stupid/trivial, but nevertheless I appreciate your help.
George Japaridze (’:D’)