|author||Mohammad Akhlaghi <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2023-05-22 23:44:20 +0100|
|committer||Mohammad Akhlaghi <email@example.com>||2023-05-23 07:42:11 +0100|
SUMMARY: no change is necessary in your project, unless you use the Fortran features of WCSLIB in your project. Until now, there were two compilation failures on recent macOS computers with an M1 CPU: Less would crash because it couldn't find the relevant PCRE (perl-compatible regular expression) libraries and WCSLIB would crash because the LLVM compiler's Fortran features could not be built. With this commit, both issues have been fixed by disabling the relevant feature. Extensive comments have been placed in both places in case your project needs these features, so please see the comments in the relevant part of 'reproduce/software/make/basic.mk' for Less and 'reproduce/software/make/high-level.mk' for WCSLIB. In fact the previous solution (where we would not have Fortran features in WCSLIB on macOS systems was problematic and non-reproducibile (the features of WCSLIB depended on the operating system!). Another minor change was that for macOS, we now directly use the version-string of WCSLIB to fix the internal linking issue there. As a result, WCSLIB is no longer a "Version-dependent build" software (in 'reproduce/software/config/versions.conf'). Recall that these are software that when changing the version, it is also necessary to inspect their build recipe. These two issues and their fix were discovered and fixed with the help of James Robinson.
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