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Re: [Gcl-devel] gcl, maxima on cygwin

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] gcl, maxima on cygwin
Date: 15 Feb 2002 10:53:40 -0500

Greetings!  OK, now this is real progress!

1) Does maxima built completely on solaris show the same testing

2) Can you please save the files you imported from solaris, build the
   files using the gcl lisp compiler on cygwin, and then do a 'diff
   -ruN' on the two directory trees?  I'd like to see where the cygwin
   lisp compiler is producing different C and or data files from

3) Why does bessel.lisp fail?

4) What is the path problem in unexnt?  Your fix could probably be
   committed to cvs quickly.

I downloaded your build files from your website yesterday, and will
try to go through them soon to make sense of this.

Take care,

address@hidden writes:

> I have gotten maxima running on windows using gcl built with cygwin.
> It seems to execute most tests correctly, but hangs on solve and
> fails on rtest14.mac.  I cannot seem to save the results in a log, but
> I think I can get past that if I comment out the failed tests.
> Here is how I built it.  I got gcl from cvs as of 2-2-2002, and
> maxima from cvs as of 2-5-2002, and built using the new build method
> on solaris.  I added compile options to save the c, h, data files and
> set system-p t.  Then I built.  When the build failed at bessel.lisp,
> I removed system-p and continued.  I copied the files to windows,
> and compiled and linked.  I modified unexnt to fix a path problem.
> The environment I am using is w2k, the latest cygwin, 256 megs of memory.
> If anyone is interested, I will tar what I have and post it on my web site.
> Dan Stanger
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