Brew using the wrong compiler (gcc-4.2)?

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Date created: Thu, Jul 29, 2021 5:20 AM

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❓ What wrong wit hstatus brew?

When is my homebrew ruined beyond repair? There are a lot of things that can go wrong with a batch of beer. From under carbonation to bacterial contamination, there are many things that can steer your beer from its intended course.

❓ What's wrong with my brew?

“What’s wrong with my beer” is a common enough expression from those wondering if they have done the wrong thing. While there are a number of things that could possibly go wrong if you follow the recipe then you should be OK. John Palmer in his book “How to Brew’ lists 6 possible causes that could lead to a beer not being quite right.

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❓ Whats wrong with this brew?

That brews shit! Have it back!

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amelio-vazquez-reina changed the title brew using the wrong compiler (gcc-`4.2) brew using the wrong compiler (gcc-4.2) Sep 16, 2014 mislav mentioned this issue Sep 16, 2014 Cannot install Ruby 2.1.2 on Yosemite Beta rbenv/rbenv#610 Closed jacknagel ...

Option 1. If you just want to compile one or two things today and tomorrow, and then probably not use the compiler again, you may as well just invoke the gcc installed by homebrew with the full path like this: /usr/local/bin/gcc-4.9 --version. Option 2.

Ahh, sorry---missed one critical piece of info in the formula. This wasn't actually building with Clang. Do brew edit geos, remove the ENV.gcc_4_2 line and then try brew install --use-clang gcc.Hopefully we'll see some different results.

So gcc is definitely installed, but since it's XCode 4.2 and uses the llvm-gcc compiler, I still get breakage if I use the "--use-gcc" command. I'm not sure what else to do. All my googling has turned up nothing.

Is it currently supported to install glibc on rather old systems without root access? I am working with an old Linux (SLC 6.8 where gcc verson is 4.4.7 and glibc is 2.12) without root privileges (so I can't use the glibc bottle with /hom...

Does GCC have a compiler option to add a library path to its search path with super low priority, after GCC has searched its default search paths? FYI, the whole issue happens is because we tell gcc not to search its default paths because of whole brew glibc.

Trying to compile a working version of wine, I also ran into the problem of a missing gcc - unfortunately installing v4.7 via homebrew gave me some errors; so I went for the Apple v4.2 using brew tap homebrew/dupes followed by brew install apple-gcc42.This helped ...

Using the stable build (pa_stable_v19_20111121.tgz), running configure with gcc-mp-4.8 as the compiler resuls in: bash-3.2$ make mkdir lib mkdir -p src/common src/hostapi/alsa src/hostapi/asihpi src/hostapi/asio src/hostapi/coreaudio src/hostapi/dsound src

The gcc from homebrew should reside in /usr/local/bin and when that is listed before the Xcode version of gcc/clang, you’re done - the local compilers will be called unless a package is hard coded to the full path of a different compiler than the one you have in

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