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Spidermonkey not compatible with CouchDB on OS X 10.9 #23332
I'm trying to install CouchDB but it gives me the following error:
I am on Mavericks GM. I tried a complete reinstall of homebrew but that still gives me the same error.
Shouldn't Spidermonkey build with libc++ by default on Mavericks?
referenced this issue
Oct 24, 2013
For some reason spidermonkey is using libc++ in stdenv, which resolves the couchdb issue.
FWIW I didn't have this issue, after doing this:
Worked fine for mavericks both shortly after release time, and again on 2013/11/29. Hope that helps!
** although my situation was slightly more complex (custom erlang with --brewed-ssl) most other packages are just defaults.
@julianguyen any chance you can post output of
I've just tried this here on 10.9.1 without issues, on 2 macs, for
On 22 January 2014 19:11, Julia Nguyen email@example.com wrote:
@dch that didn't work for me
*** WARNING: System might fail to configure or
=== running autoconf in lib
@anthonybrown you've not followed the instructions then: current brewed erlang is R16B03-1, but you're installing R15B03.
The current erlang build includes:
If you're still stuck today, drop by #couchdb on on irc://freenode.net/#couchdb and we'll get you started.
If the erlang build still fails, best to address that in a new ticket, not in a couchdb one that's over a year old and already closed -- let sleeping dogs lie :-).