Re: [AMBER] New compile-issue macOS, CPPTRAJ

From: David A Case <>
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2019 07:57:11 -0400

On Thu, Apr 04, 2019, Gustaf Olsson wrote:
>One also need to remember that this current “workaround” with the header
>files (and commenting out libstdc++ ?) will break with the next major
>version release of Xcode (Xcode11) which will not come with the PKG
>installer for the deprecated header files.

We are working on this.

>The discussed option using “binary” distributions does not work on macOS
>10.14 in combination with Xcode 10.2

Everything just works for me with the macports GNU compilers, either
gcc5 or gcc8. But my Desktop machine still has XCode 10.1, rather than
10.2. This page:

suggests that this is error might be new for XCode 10.2, and that the
macports people are aware of this. So there is at least a decent chance
that someone else will fix this....

[Note that XCode 10.2 was only released on Mar. 25, 2019, so Amber
develpers have had minimal time to react to changes.]

For now, and for the upcoming AmberTools19 release, our developers have
been having good success with Apple's clang compiler. It may be that
this is all we can support for right now. If you are a glutton for
punishment(!?) you might try to go back to XCode 10.1 and see if that
makes a difference.


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