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[Frama-c-discuss] Mac install


I had the same problem.

my simple solution was to copy the archives:
cp /opt/local/include/gmp.h /usr/include
cp /opt/local/lib/libgmp* /usr/lib

I do not know if there is other solution, for example, to do the opam look
for the libraries in the /opt/local/include directory.

In advance I will tell you that probably you will find the same problem
with other libraries and my solution was to copy the archives too.

Nanci Naomi

Treat the Earth well.  It was not given to you by your parents,
it was loaned to you by your children. (Kenyan proverb)

On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 1:26 PM, Stephen Siegel <siegel at> wrote:

> I'm trying to install Frama-C+Jessie+Why on OS X.   I'm using opam,
> following Claude's note:
> I hit a problem installing Why, which failed when installing zarith.
> The problem is opam cannot find gmp.h.  I have it in
> /opt/local/include/gmp.h, where MacPorts put it.  Is there a way to tell
> opam to look there?  Or should I install gmp a different way?   Just
> wondering how other Mac users dealt with this.
> Thanks,
> Steve
> ==== ERROR [while installing zarith.1.2] ====
> # opam-version    1.0.0
> # os              darwin
> # command         ./configure
> # path            /Users/siegel/.opam/4.00.1/build/zarith.1.2
> # exit-code       2
> # env-file
>  /Users/siegel/.opam/4.00.1/build/zarith.1.2/zarith-e7966f.env
> # stdout-file
> /Users/siegel/.opam/4.00.1/build/zarith.1.2/zarith-e7966f.out
> # stderr-file
> /Users/siegel/.opam/4.00.1/build/zarith.1.2/zarith-e7966f.err
> ### stdout ###
> ...[truncated]
> checking compilation with gcc -O3 -Wall -Wextra : working
> include caml/mlvalues.h: found
> library dynlink.cmxa: found
> binary ocamlfind: found in /Users/siegel/.opam/4.00.1/bin
> OCaml's word size is 64
> binary uname: found in /usr/bin
> checking compilation with gcc -arch x86_64 -O3 -Wall -Wextra : working
> include gmp.h: not found
> include mpir.h: not found
> cannot find GMP nor MPIR
> 'opam install why' failed.
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