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    Compiling VBA-M on Mac OSX

    Hi, I been trying to compile VBA-M from source (using the svn checked out from sourceforge). After somehow fumbling around with macports and managed to install the dependencies and then getting cmake to work, I keep on getting the following error when I run make /Users/srl/Downloads/vba-m/vbam/trunk/src/Util.cpp: In function ‘void* utilMemGzOpen(char*, int, const char*)’: /Users/srl/Downloads/vba-m/vbam/trunk/src/Util.cpp:606: error: invalid conversion from ‘long int (*)(void*, long int, int)’ to ‘off_t (*)(void*, off_t, int)’ make[2]: *** [CMakeFiles/vbamcore.dir/src/Util.cpp.o] Error 1 make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/vbamcore.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** [all] Error 2 i tried this on trunk as well as pre-wx. I personally have very little experience with compiling and such and have no idea what this means. In fact, I'm surprised I managed to get cmake to work at all =/ If anyone can shed some light into this, it would be greatly appreciated! side note: I haven't modified the CMakeList file thinggy. Simply typed in cmake . I don't really understand how this all works so I'm kinda fumbling around in the dark here.
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