The latest MacOS updates broken my self-compiled ROOT6. Then I tried to switch to the latest master, but I still got problem in compilation:
> > [ 73%] Built target MetaCling > [ 73%] Copying LLVM resource and header files > [ 73%] Built target LLVMRES > [ 73%] Built target Dictgen > Scanning dependencies of target Cling > Scanning dependencies of target rootcling_stage1 > [ 73%] Building CXX object core/metacling/src/CMakeFiles/Cling.dir/dummy.cxx.o > [ 73%] Building CXX object core/rootcling_stage1/CMakeFiles/rootcling_stage1.dir/src/rootcling_stage1.cxx.o > [ 73%] Linking CXX shared library ../../../lib/libCling.so > [ 73%] Linking CXX executable src/rootcling_stage1 > [ 73%] Built target rootcling_stage1 > Scanning dependencies of target G__Core > [ 73%] Built target Cling > [ 73%] Generating G__Core.cxx, ../../lib/libCore.rootmap > [ 73%] Built target G__Core > make: *** No rule to make target `/Users/he/software/root/core/foundation/inc/RWrap_libcpp_string_view.h', needed by `core/base/G__Core.cxx'. Stop. > make: *** [core/base/CMakeFiles/Base.dir/all] Error 2 > make: *** [all] Error 2
It is MacOS 10.3.3, with Xcode 9.2. Could you please help?