By default, bullet uses single precision floating point variables. The cmake argument -DUSE_DOUBLE_PRECISION=ON will enable double precision floating point variables. Closes #22972. Signed-off-by: Adam Vandenberg <email@example.com>
* Use default darwin toolset. - Used to set toolset as clang in C++11 build, which will override darwin settings and fail to increase template depth which is required for some of the libraries such as Boost.Log. * Remove unnecessary "-fPIC" build flag. Closes #22942.
When subformulae are initialized without a name parameter, Homebrew assigns the name "__UNKNOWN__". This may cause collisions in the cache. Currently CurlDownloadStrategy and its descendants handles this by extracting the basename form the URL and using that as the cached filename. However, other strategies simply raise an exception. We can improve the other strategies by URL-encoding the URL string and using that as the cached directory name. Note that this happens very rarely, especially now that resources (which always have a name) are preferred to subformulae. The most common case is a subformula that specifies a head download. Closes #22949.