Author jcea
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MacOS 10.6 was released in August 2009. The code should compile there flawless with a couple of trivial changes, as proved by Marc.

Supporting compilation in MacOS 10.5 is doable but more difficult. Since this is an optional feature, not impacting python programs, I am tempted of not investing any time on it.

Note, however, that the compiled 10.6 version will provide full dtrace support in previous MacOS releases. The difficulty is in compilation, not at runtime.

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2012-02-28 18:14:59jceasetrecipients: + jcea, loewis, rhettinger, ronaldoussoren, belopolsky, pitrou, wsanchez, movement, techtonik, benjamin.peterson, serverhorror, glyph, laca, twleung, jbaker, robert.kern, sirg3, danchr, dhduvall, dmalcolm, mjw, Garen, neologix, lasizoillo, fche, hazmat, eric.snow, jmcp, scox, Marc.Abramowitz
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