> Resending this because I sent to wrong list and it seems stalled anyways.
> Checked out revision 41319 today and got this error. Did I do something wrong or is it bug?
> /usr/local/lib/fpc/3.0.4/ppc386 -Ur -dFPC_USE_LIBC -Ur -Xs -O2 -n -Fi../inc -Fi../x86_64 -Fi../unix -Fi../bsd -Fi../bsd/x86_64 -Fi../darwin/x86_64 -FE. -FU/Developer/ObjectivePascal/fpc/rtl/units/x86_64-darwin -ap -dx86_64 -dRELEASE -Us -Sg ../bsd/system.pp
> system.inc(154,4) Fatal: Cannot open include file "i386.inc"
> Fatal: Compilation aborted
> make: *** [system.ppu] Error 1
> make: *** [darwin_all] Error 2
> make: *** [rtl] Error 2
> make: *** [cycle] Error 2
> make: *** [compiler_cycle] Error 2
> make: *** [build-stamp.i386-darwin] Error 2
> Makefile:135: *** Compiler /Developer/ObjectivePascal/fpc/compiler/ppc386 not found. Stop.
> /Developer/Scripts/ppc386.command: line 11: ./compiler/ppc386: No such file or directory
> /Developer/Scripts/ppc386.command: line 12: /usr/local/lib/fpc//ppc386: No such file or directory
Add CPU_SOURCE=i386 to your make command line to solve this.
* the FPC makefiles don't support bootstrapping with a cross-compiler,
unless you add CPU_SOURCE=<target-cpu> to the make command line
* FPC 3.0.4 is the first macOS release in which the compiler binaries
are all fat 32/64 bit (as opposed to 32 bit in previous releases)
* since you are on a 64 bit Intel system, you are running the 64 bit
version of ppc386, which is a cross-compiler