I almost get tired of trying to get WINE to run on my OSX system...
I say almost, because its getting better, but issues still need to be ironed out. Particularly the old LibJPEG library. On Leopard I had a bitch of a time getting it to be picked up properly. Now on Snow Leopard, I almost had an issue. For whatever reason, it compiled as x86_64 by default. I figured this wasn't a bad thing, but it was also 2AM. Well, WINE's ./configure really didn't like it. Thankfully the error was:
configure: WARNING: libjpeg 32-bit development files not found, JPEG won't be supported.
Welp, 32 bit not found. No problem, I'll just go ahead and recompile this to 32... aaaand break GD support in PHP. Great...
So the end result ended up being a fat binary. Thats both x86_64 and i386 stuffed into the same package/binary. Trouble is, ./configure didn't like doing "-arch x86_64 -arch i386" passed as the CFLAG. I'm no genius, but I've never manually made a fat binary. Didn't take much really. I tore apart a Makefile I found and came up with this little bit:
$ tar xzvf jpegsrc.v7.tar.gz $ cd jpeg-7 $ mkdir -p build/i386 build/x86_64 build/ppc build/fat
I decided to include PPC, in case I needed to link against it in the future for a cross-compile I cant see myself doing. This is where the fun begins:
$ cd build/i386 $ CFLAGS="-O3 -g -arch i386" ../../configure --prefix="/usr/local" --enable-shared --disable-dependency-tracking && make $ cd ../x86_64 $ CFLAGS="-O3 -g -arch x86_64" ../../configure --prefix="/usr/local" --enable-shared --disable-dependency-tracking && make $ cd ../ppc $ CFLAGS="-O3 -g -arch ppc" ../../configure --prefix="/usr/local" --enable-shared --disable-dependency-tracking && make $ cd ../fat $ lipo -create ../*/.libs/libjpeg.a -output libjpeg.a $ lipo -create ../*/.libs/libjpeg.7.dylib -output libjpeg.7.dylib $ lipo -create ../*/wrjpgcom -output wrjpgcom $ lipo -create ../*/jpegtrans -output jpegtrans ... and so on.
OK, so now you have fat binaries of the library and tools.
Anyways, I ended up installing the 64bit version outright, to make sure I wouldn't miss anything via:
$ cd ../x86_64 $ sudo make install
then I could manually, again, go back and move those fat binaries into place. If you paid any attention during "make install", you'd easily notice where they go:
$ cd ../fat $ sudo cp libjpeg.a /usr/local/lib/ $ sudo cp libjpeg.7.dylib /usr/local/lib/ $ sudo cp wrjpgcom /usr/local/bin/ $ sudo cp jpegtrans /usr/local/bin/ ... and so on.
and voila, manually installed, and works great. Run
and verify the output.