[openssl-dev] MacOS defaults?

Blumenthal, Uri - 0553 - MITLL uri at ll.mit.edu
Mon Mar 7 19:23:23 UTC 2016

On 3/7/16, 11:05 , "openssl-dev on behalf of Andy Polyakov"
<openssl-dev-bounces at openssl.org on behalf of appro at openssl.org> wrote:

>> Try 
>> $ machine
>> Apparently "arch" is not only old (the latest release was in July
>>2010), but it does not differentiate between Intel-32 and Intel-64.
>> On my own Mac (proven to be 64-bit :) arch returns "i386", machine
>>returns "x86_64h".
>And I get i486 (sic!) on proven to be 64-bit Mac.

Yes another proof that we cannot rely on “arch” on the newer Mac OS X

>As already mentioned,
>these things has changed recently (all right, at some point), and for
>this reason something that worked earlier and keeps working in the same
>way should be preferable. Or at least one should account for the fact
>that things has changed.

I agree. But don’t know how to accomplish that.

>What's h after x86_64h anyway?

Sorry, I don’t have the slightest idea. :-(
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